PROP 6200 3.00

Level Graduate
Department REAL ESTATE AND INFRASTRUCTURE - ROOM SSB W362BB, (416) 736-5967 fax (416) 650-8071

This course deals with development, developers, and the products that they create. The course provides an understanding of the business of real estate development, insights into the economic, functional, technical, and aesthetic factors that shape dominant building forms, and an understanding of the link between demand and product development. Course content spans an understanding of the spatial economy of cities-where economic activity occurs and why-to the interaction between demand and supply in the marketplace, a detailed examination of the products that are shaped by market forces, and an overview of new prototypes that are emerging to meet emerging demands. The course is delivered through a combination of lectures, case studies, and guest speakers from industry.

MBA Pre-requisites: All 5000-series Required Foundations of Management Core Courses.
Co-requisites: PROP 6100 3.00 or permission of the instructor.