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Course Detail

 
Term Winter 2018
Class UD 717
Class Title Urban Economics, Finance, and City Making II
Description Urban Economics, Finance, and City Making II - This seminar sequence covers urban economics and real estate finance concepts through the study of integrated approaches to project development. The seminars provide an overview of public and private development strategies in contemporary urbanization logics. Private investment issues include market feasibility, valuation and risk, and project financing and complex deal structuring. Public investment issues include community benefits agreements, social housing, pricing of urban infrastructure and public transport, public sector development, legal, policy, planning and inclusionary zoning issues. The course seeks to build proficiency in a cohesive model of project development that accounts for multiple perspectives in city making.
Prereq Satisfactory completion of UD 716
Crosslist none
Required Yes
Elective No
Meets Monday 1:00-3:00pm 2227 A&AB
Credits 1.5
Faculty Kit McCullough
Syllabus not available