Wednesday, April 18, 2012

LU Wins "Real Estate Challenge" at Villanova

What would you do with 94-acres for redevelopment in Whippany, Morris County, N.J.?

A team from Lehigh University had the best ideas for developers, earning them a victory at this year's Real Estate Challenge at Villanova, a national real estate development case competition for students from the top undergraduate real estate programs in the United States. They knocked off teams from Wharton, Cornell, NYU, Southern Cal and North Carolina, just to name a few. They won, according to the Inky's Al Heavens, because "they did provide comprehensive lists of every potential problem matching every piece of their proposal."

Dr. Stephen Thode, director of the Murray H. Goodman Center for Real Estate Studies at Lehigh, is "busting with pride over these great students."

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Having attended lectures presented by Dr. Thode who some say developed the real estate school , this is wonderful news. Imagine what Lehigh will do with all the Stabler land.

Anonymous said...

Bernie
Please put the spell check back.

Bernie O'Hare said...

6:49, Have no idea what you mean.

Anonymous said...

You use to have a spell check at the bottom of this box where we could go to check our writing before sending to you. The right hand bottom corner.

Bernie O'Hare said...

That's a function of blogger, which hosts this blog. It's acting goofy right now.

Anonymous said...

oh, thank you.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure Jon Geeting will be reporting on this ...

... wait, he was mocking the qualifications of Dr. Thode at his blog a week or so ago ...

... gotta love them Carpetbagger Progressive Liberal Democrats on Soros' payroll.

ENLIGHTENING THE ELITISTS