| April 2009|
Commercial Office Space in India
Over the past six months, a realization of the extent of the economic turmoil seems to be settling in and the impact of the global economic downturn on the Indian real estate markets is becoming more evident. The focus of this essay is on the commercial office space market in India and how it is being impacted by the current slowdown.
The primary markets in the context of commercial real estate in India are the National Capital region of Delhi (NCR), Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai (based on transaction size and volume). It would be interesting to see how these markets cope with the change in the economic landscape as each has its own set of strengths and weaknesses.
| July 2011|
International Real Estate Course Offering
Recognizing the growing importance of an international perspective, the Kellogg Real Estate Program is pleased to announce the successful introduction of a new half-credit International Real Estate course. Taught by Dr. Jacques Gordon, Global Strategist at LaSalle Investment Management, the five-week course exposes students to the principles and strategies of cross-border real estate investing.
| May 2008|
Real Estate Opportunities in Brazil
The research conducted by Matteo Cortese (KSM ’09), Allison Dick (KSM ’09), Sid Shah (KSM ’09) and Sima Sistani (KSM ’09) has validated the original assumption of their Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) paper that the Brazilian real estate market is primed for growth and expansion.