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URBANST 148: Who Owns Your City?: Institutional Real Estate Seminar

An intensive one-week hands-on introductory seminar designed to allow students to understand and interact with all aspects of the real estate investment process, including property development, local government interplay, value creation, [deal analysis, innovation, and disruptive tech.] Course activities will include asset tours, case studies, and project deep dives. This class is intended for all students looking to better understand real estate as an investment asset class and acritical part of the modern global economy. Note: This course will meet during spring break, and enrollment is by permission of instructor. To apply for permission to enroll, please fill out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeZjIMo6Kn4Nn3NcAT50MAbHpO61efwqJTdSBcBPRdJh4WhOg/viewform?usp=sf_link. Application opens January 8, 2024; deadline is 11:59 pm on February 23, 2024.
Terms: Spr | Units: 2
Instructors: Thielke, C. (PI)

URBANST 148A: Cities and Creativity: Cultural and Architectural Interpretations of Madrid

This class is being offered in collaboration with Stanford in Madrid, Bing Overseas Studies Program. Focused on the artistic and architectural aspects of cities, this course fosters students' creative sensibilities through six basic approaches: experiment, research, analyze, interpret, think and do. These approaches will help students understand the sociocultural dimension of the human being within the urban context, where the inherent vitality of creativity lies. The case of Madrid is used as a framework for analysis and interpretation, since it provides the extraordinary opportunity to carry out activities and online experiences charged with significance in the setting of the city. Understanding the architecture of cities as an artistic result of society in each historic period helps to assess their formative capacity and their sociocultural impact. The aim is to analyze and interpret the cultural and educational mission of the city, using theoretical supports and researching relevant urban and architectural places of Madrid, seeing the city as a whole organism that for centuries has gone through an uninterrupted modernization process, as an outcome of society´s creativity.
Last offered: Spring 2021 | UG Reqs: WAY-A-II
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