"An Examination of the Impact of Rent Control on Mobile Home Prices in California," coauthored by Yongheng Deng, David Dale-Johnson, Peter Gordon and Della Zheng
You are invited to attend the Eight Annual NAIOP Southern California Real Estate Challenge. Each year students from UCLA's Anderson MBA program and USC's Marshall MBA and Master of Real Estate Development programs go head-to-head.
The task: "Each collegiate team must bid on a prized 20-acre parcel of the Veterans Administration Hospital property located on the famous, highly trafficked intersection of Wilshire and San Vicente Boulevards in West Los Angeles.
We regret to inform you that the USC Keston Institute for Infrastructure has cancelled the lecture on Federal Building Protection Standards: Challenge and Opportunity for the Real Estate Industry. The lecture was scheduled for Tuesday, May 24, 2005.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. If you have any questions please contact April Gallegos at (213) 740-2695, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please go to www.usc.edu/keston for more information about the USC Keston Institute for Infrastructure.
Networking with Industry Leaders
USC brings business, government & academic leaders together for the first ever three-day Executive Education Summit
"The Quiet Crisis in Transportation Finance"
"Rethinking Mega-Project Development Strategies"
The Keston Institute for Infrastructure convened a colloquium, "Financing Civil Infrastructures: Is There a Role for Private Capital Markets?"
The USC Keston Institute for Infrastructure and the USC Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering along with the American Society Civil Engineers (ASCE) LA Section will be releasing the Los Angeles County 2005 Infrastructure Report Card.
Join the Lusk Center for a "Real Estate Development and Communities of the Future" panel with Stuart Gabriel, Raphael Bostic, and Randall Lewis, followed by a Reception with SPPD's new dean, Jack Knott