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BUILT UP: An Historical Perspective on the Contemporary Principles & Practices of Real Estate Development

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BUILT UP: An Historical Perspective on the Contemporary Principles & Practices of Real Estate Development

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The history of speculative real estate development is an essential aspect of the histories of most cities, yet is a subject often ignored by academia. In her long-awaited book Built Up, Patrice Derrington uncovers the roots of the global real estate industry in early modern London and seminal projects of private urban development such as Covent Garden. Derrington synthesizes economic history and the latest planning and finance literature in a work that codifies the principles and activities of real estate development as a foundation for future academic research and practical innovation.

Uniting insights from the author’s career as a developer with meticulous archival research, this resource for scholars and professionals synthesizes economic history and the latest literature on planning and finance. Derrington’s book opens new avenues to codify the principles and activities of real estate development in a foundation for future academic research and practical innovation.

Patrice Derrington is the Holliday Associate Professor and Director of the Real Estate Development program at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. A registered architect, her academic credentials include a Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley, Harvard MBA, and B. Arch, University of Queensland, She has worked as an investment banker, advisor, and fund manager and has led numerous urban development projects in the USA and Australia. Based on her doctoral research, Built Up is also informed by her more than fifteen years of real estate experience.

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February 23 @ 11:00 pm
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February 24 @ 12:00 am
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