BUILDING AND SUSTAINING CONNECTIONS
|For more than twenty years, it has been a great opportunity for me to build and lead a real estate program of excellence at Columbia Business School. A lot of work and dedication for sure, but great fun and deep fulfillment in doing so. After thirty-six years of teaching and administration, I am moving into a new role as professor emerita, and I do so with tremendous pride with what we have built here at the Business School.
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Pictured: Professor Lynne B. Sagalyn and Cia Buckley Marakovits ’93
This year's Annual Real Estate Alumni Reception honored Professor Sagalyn and celebrated her vision, dedication, and thought leadership. This lively reception, which draws alumni from near and far, is presented annually by the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate and Real Estate Circle and sponsored by Goodwin Procter LLP.
|Nicholas Bienstock is the Co-Managing Partner of Savanna. In a recent interview with Eric Liang ’17, Mr. Bienstock discussed trends in creative office development in Brooklyn, starting his own business, and gave advice for Columbia Business School students aspiring to have careers in real estate.
Forty students from Columbia Business School attended a study tour to Singapore and Southern China in March, 2016. The trip was sponsored by the Jerome A. Chazen Institute for Global Business and the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate. Singapore and Southern China (specifically Guangzhou and Shenzhen) were chosen for this year’s trip due to high growth and rapid development in both areas from a real estate perspective. Both locations experience immense governmental involvement from concept inception, planning and entitlements through development.
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One of our own young real estate entrepreneurs, Felipe Correa, unexpectedly passed away in Bogotá, Columbia on April 27, 2016. He leaves behind his wife Maria Jimena, three brothers, his parents, and an extended circle of friends, family, and investors who are still coming to grips with a world without the blessings of Felipe’s presence.
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