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Real Estate Development
Virtual Open House

This page features virtual resources that will allow you to learn more about the program’s curriculum and connect with faculty and current students. Please register online to receive a detailed agenda, links to live webinars, and to join studio reviews.

If you have any additional questions about the event or application process, please contact arch_admissions@columbia.edu

Columbia GSAPP MSRED Program Introduction

Student Work

Visit the online 2020 End of Year Show to see development case studies developed as part of the Capstone Course led by MSRED Program Director and Associate Professsor Patrice Derrington. This course synthesizes analytical, comparative, and critical processes involved in real estate development projects, transactions, and investments. A selection of the cases studies are featured below.

Real Estate Development Capstone Presentation Event
At the end of each Spring semester, M.S.RED students present their “Deal Books” produced during the Capstone Course: Development Case Studies to a jury including both faculty and real estate development professionals.
Get to Know the Campus and Explore Morningside Heights

This Spring, Untapped New York – co-founded by Alumni Board Member Michelle Young (‘12 MS UP) – collaborated with Columbia GSAPP to create a mini-series of podcast episodes designed to welcome incoming students to the GSAPP family.

Throughout the series, we explore architecturally interesting and historic New York City neighborhoods that house Columbia University’s campus and surrounding communities.

Also check out their feature in Columbia Magazine Welcome to Manhattanville published in Spring 2019.

You can also find a self-guided audio walking tour of Columbia University’s historic campus by Professor and Historic Preservationist Andrew Dolkart (‘77 MS HP) here.