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2021 - 2022 University Catalog 
    
2021 - 2022 University Catalog
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ARCH 543 - Project Development and Finance


Cross-Listed with: n/a
Prerequisites: Graduate Standing, or by permission of instructor and dean
Corequisite: n/a
Pre- or Co-requisite: n/a
Requirement Fulfillment: MS in Preservation Practices (required)

Graduate Certificate in Preservation Practices (elective)
Master of Architecture (elective)
Note: n/a
Delivery: Other
The Course targets the fundamentals of the real estate development process, with an emphasis on the
economic/finance elements of project feasibility. Case study examples include urban, infill new
construction as well as historic rehabilitation.
By leveraging current/real world case study, and by engaging regional professionals, participants will
create and assess pro forma that are used to evaluate and guide development projects. The goal is to
establish a comfort level, capability, and the aptitude to be conversant and informed in project
economics and financing. The course also focuses on the chronology and process of real estate
development; from concept and feasibility through construction. Minimum Passing Grade: B- (graduate) n/a

3 credits
Fall



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