The Golden Age of Travel May Just Be Around the Corner: Hospitality Insights from Art Adler of Adler Advisors, LLC

Art Adler is no stranger to working hard, building genuine relationships, and creating a long legacy of success as a trusted voice and leader in hospitality transactions and consulting.  From […]

Disrupting Housing Markets: iBuyers as Market Makers

Introduction Instant Buyers, or iBuyers, are companies that make instant offers to buy single family homes based on model driven valuations, such as Redfin, Zillow, and Opendoor.  These types of […]

Retail Vacancy & Homelessness: Can two issues accelerated by the pandemic be addressed simultaneously?

The decline of retail over the past decade has been well publicized, with no shortage of creative ideas for the reuse of vacant spaces.  The sharp increase in e-commerce sales […]

Private Solutions to Public Problems: Discussing American Infrastructure with Jose Gonzalez

Among the most relevant and pressing challenges facing the United States today is our crumbling American infrastructure. The situation is so dire that the American Society of Civil Engineers gives […]

The Advent of Institutional SFR

When describing the aspirations he has for his company, American Homes 4 Rent, Co-Founder and CEO David Singelyn said, “success is providing something of quality to people, and it starts […]

UT- Austin National Real Estate Challenge

In late November, students from top Real Estate and MBA programs across the country competed in the University of Texas at Austin’s 18th Annual National Real Estate Challenge. Hosted by […]

Navigating Europe’s Industrial Real Estate Market

“I rob banks because that’s where the money is.” – Slick Willie Sutton, the bank robber, on why he robbed banks. It’s not the sexiest form of real estate but […]

Outdoor Dining During COVID-19: The Challenges of Winterization

Across the US, the onset of colder temperatures is sending shivers up the spines of restaurant owners.  For many, outdoor dining has been a saving grace during the COVID-19 pandemic. […]

Xenia’s Response to the Pandemic—Insights from Barry Bloom (SHA ‘86 & MBA ’01).

On Thursday, October 8th, 2020, the Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate hosted Barry Bloom (SHA ‘86 and MBA ‘01), President & CEO of Xenia Hotels & Resorts (NYSE: XHR), […]

The Power of Purpose – A Conversation with Jonathan Rose

Now more than ever, amid the coronavirus crisis, Americans are aware of the tradeoffs between economic growth and social, environmental, and health concerns.  This is not a new paradigm; the latest crisis has simply revealed these […]