For the past 12 years, the School of Business Administration has brought together executives, entrepreneurs and innovators from throughout the region and the country to discuss the trends and challenges facing business leaders today. Open to the public and offered at a discount to PSU students, the Business Briefings Series is held six times during the academic year.
The BOMA Real Estate Workshop
Each year students in the PSU Real Estate Development Workshop produce a development plan for a property site in the Portland or Seattle area. In this class 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.
Polishing Up the North Pearl
Never heard of it? How about over 2,500 housing units plus office, retail and 21st. century industrial buildings currently under development. The PSU Center for Real Estate students have created a development plan for the district and the Melvin Mark property and historic building at NW 17th and Thurman. North Pearl – the next Portland real estate success story.
Panelists include:Peter Andrews, Broker, Melvin Mark CompaniesKali Bader, Vice President, Rembold PropertiesChriste White, Founding Partner, Radler White Parks & AlexanderJoe Zody, Senior Associate, FFA Architecture + Interiors
THURSDAY SEPT 25, 20147:15- 9:00amMultnomah Athletic Club1849 SW Salmon StPortland, OR 97201 (map)
There is a $20 charge to attend Business Briefings. PSU students can register for free. Registrations cannot be refunded. Contact email@example.com or (503) 725-5932 to learn how sponsors and PSU students can register with a discount code.
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