REAL ESTATE and the BUILT ENVIRONMENT

RE:Designing Real Estate




Learn from industry experts who will present their perspectives on how design drives the progression of the contemporary built environment in Asia and share their insights on business models for international and local real estate developments and investments as well as cross border transactions.

 
WHEN  /
Sat, Feb 27, 2016 from 02:30pm - 04:45pm
WHERE  /
Stubbins (Room 112)
Gund Hall
48 Quincy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
 



The Harvard GSD MDes Real Estate and the Built Environment presents RE:DESIGNING REAL ESTATE that critically investigates the innovative strategies to navigate the new challenges faced by real estate industry in the contemporary age of urban evolution fueled by re-urbanization, disruptive practices and economic trends in Asia.

Learn from industry experts who will present their perspectives on how design drives the progression of the contemporary built environment in Asia and share their insights on business models for international and local real estate developments and investments as well as cross border transactions.

With the Introduction by Prof. Bing Wang, the event will focus on:

  • Impacts of dynamic trends of capital flow on physical environment
  • New niche markets, particularly Transit-Oriented Developments (TODs), across urbanizing cities in China
  • Innovative strategies for joint ventures between international capital and local development practice

Speakers:

Christina Gaw

  Gaw Capital Partners – Partner and Managing Principal

Kai-yan Lee

  Vanke Holdings USA – Managing Director

Yixuan (Stephen) Gao

  Metro Land Corporation Ltd. – CEO

  China Real Estate Managers Association – President

 

Sponsored by MDes Real Estate and the Built Environment and Asia Real Estate Association (AREA).