Real Estate Development Workshop Projects
Real Estate Development Workshop Projects
Each Winter and Summer, students in the PSU Real Estate Development Workshop produce a development plan for a property site in the Portland or Seattle area. Students form a real estate development team and produce an original development plan, including the development concept, the market analysis, the conceptual design, economic analysis, capital and operations budget, and management plan.
The students' plan demonstrates and applies mastery of the development concepts and tools learned through their real estate certificate coursework. In Winter, the Workshop is sponsored by the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP). In Summer, the Workshop is sponsored by the Building and Owners Management Association (BOMA).
The Morrison Mercantile, BOMA Workshop Project, Summer, 2015
- The Morrison Mercantile, BOMA Workshop Project (PDF)
- The Morrison Mercantile, BOMA Workshop Presentation (PDF)
2015 PSU/BOMA Workshop Development Team members include (standing): Khalid Alballaa, Scott Kueny, Kevin Clark, Vern Rifer (instructor), Joel Thomas, Paddy Tillett (industry mentor), Ann Young (industry mentor), Gerard Mildner (Center Academic Director), Brad Malsin (industry mentor), Emma Pelett (property owner), (seated) Barbara Fryer, Erik Pattison, Carly Harrison, Liz Hutchinson, Clancy Terry and Nate Raynor. Not pictured is Synkai Harrison.
The Exchange, NAIOP Workshop Project, Winter, 2015
2014 PSU/NAIOP Workshop Development Team members include Jason Wald, MK Long (industry mentor), Dave Garnand (industry mentor), Jurie Lewis, Kirk Olsen (industry mentor), PSU University President Wim Wiewel, Bryce Payne, Adam Boehm, Bob Sassa, and instructor Jerry Johnson.
1631 NW Thurman, BOMA Workshop Project, Summer, 2014
2014 PSU/BOMA Workshop Development Team members include instructor Vern Rifer, James Wang, Jason West, Maddie McMonies, Jovan Young, Jana Faro, Christe White (industry mentor), Kalie Bader (industry mentor), Joe Zody (industry mentor), Tom Remmers.
The Eastside Central, NAIOP Workshop Project, Winter, 2014
- The Eastside Central - NAIOP Workshop Project (PDF)
- The Eastside Central - Powerpoint Presentation (PDF)
The 2014 NAIOP Workshop student team and their mentors. From left to right, Bruce Burns, Burns Brothers; Jerry Johnson, Johnson Economics, Jeff Shindler (PSU), Blas Delascio (PSU), Benjamin Chessar, PacTrust, Jana Faro (PSU), Angela Guo (PSU), Kent Wu (PSU), Geoff Falkenberg (PSU), Elizabeth Heredia (PSU), Dr. Gerard Mildner (PSU).
Reinventing the Water Tower, BOMA Workshop, Summer 2013
2013 BOMA Workshop student team and mentors (standing, from left to right): Michael Gum; Travis Meinhold; Morgan Brakken; Robert Pile; Noshad Rahimi; Frank Tea; Mitch Powell; and Kali Bader, Rembold Companies (seated), Ann Young, US Bank; Jim Mark, Melvin Mark Companies; Christe White, Radler White Parks Alexander; and Dustin White, GBD Architects.
The Kaiser Blocks, BOMA Workshop, Summer 2012
2012 BOMA Workshop student team and mentors (seated, from left to right): George McCleary, Randy Mueller, Andy Shaw, (second row, Peter Skei, Matt Tackett-Nelson, Rahim Abbasi, (third row, John Sullivan, Kaiser Permanente; Dr. Gerard Mildner, PSU Center for Real Estate; Dr. Abe Farkas, ECONorthwest).
Sunset District NAIOP Workshop Project, Winter, 2012
2012 NAIOP Workshop student team (from left to right): Bryant Cheong, Matthew Craigie, Jeff Sakamoto, Michael Weidmann, Khoa Le, and Kent Wu
The Benson Blocks, BOMA Workshop, Fall 2011
Download the presentation: Benson Blocks PPT_v9_2011.pdf
2011 NAIOP Workshop Student Team and NAIOP mentors
Copies of the students' workshop projects can be found at the following links:
- The Lloyd 700 Superblock, NAIOP Workshop, Winter, 2011
- Con-Way Commons Project, BOMA Workshop, Summer 2010
- Brewery Blocks West, NAIOP Workshop, Winter 2010
- Lincoln High School Redevelopment, Summer 2009
- The Blocks at Northgate, NAIOP Workshop 2009
- Yale Blocks, NAIOP workshop, Spring 2008
- University Place, BOMA workshop, Spring 2007
- University Place, BOMA workshop, Spring 2007 (powerpoint presentation)