By Cynthia Corzo and Ellen Forman Miami’s Design District has evolved as a unique South Florida success story, with its mix of high-end retail, restaurants, residences, and cultural arts in a walkable environment. It is one of few neighborhoods that serves as both tourist destination and strong residential environment, maintaining an emphasis on curating unique […]
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FIU real estate panelists examine the boom in South Florida’s industrial properties marketplace.
South Florida’s strategic location as the gateway to Latin America, the Port of Miami’s increasing influence in international trade and a fast growing e-commerce marketplace are driving growth for the industrial real estate sector. Industry experts that participated in the bi-annual Real Estate Speaker Series presented May 15, 2018 by FIU’s Hollo School of Real […]
Hollo School boat tour brings students closer to latest projects—and professional success.
“Get to know the person next to you. He or she could be the next person you get a job with, or do a deal with.” That’s what Suzanne Hollander, an attorney and real estate broker who teaches at the College of Business, told 150 students from FIU’s Hollo School of Real Estate as the Island Queen, […]
Faculty Notes May-June 2017
School of Accounting Clinical Instructor Jimmy Carmenate successfully defended his dissertation and was awarded his doctorate in business administration from Kennesaw State University. The university also named him Outstanding DBA Graduate, and he won the 2017 Outstanding DBA-Accounting Research Award. Instructor David Barman has been named a 2017 Legal Elite Attorney, which represents, based on the […]
Faculty Notes: March-April 2017
Accounting A research paper authored by Associate Professor Antoinette Smith and Assistant Professor Jonathan Milian titled “An Investigation of Analysts’ Praise of Management During Earnings Conference Calls” was highlighted a story titled “Great Groveling, Guys: Counting All the Ways Analysts Fawn Over Management” published in The Wall Street Journal on March 10, 2017. The paper […]
UCREW unites mentors and students for insights into the world of real estate.
This semester, FIU’s Hollo School of Real Estate continued its legacy of bringing students together with South Florida’s accomplished real estate leaders to network and explore career options. One of these events occurred February 7, 2016, when 11 real estate industry leaders traveled to FIU’s Modesto Maidique Campus to share their experiences and give advice […]
Visionary real estate project takes center stage at Hollo School Developer Luncheon.
Aventura ParkSquare, a mixed-use development centered on healthy living, wasn’t an easy project to take from concept to reality. The moving parts were many and strategic negotiations were required to satisfy investors as well as Aventura city officials and residents. Executives at Integra Investments, which owns Aventura ParkSquare, offered FIU College of Business real estate […]
Real estate students explore Development along the Downtown Miami River
An urban waterway that stood underappreciated for years, the Miami River now overflows with billion dollar properties and development, ranging from luxury condos and hotels to innovative retail spaces and trendy restaurants. On November 4, 2016, 150 students and alumni from FIU’s Hollo School of Real Estate had an insider’s look at these developments during […]
FIU hosts a luxury real estate program for worldwide Executive MBAs.
Miami has beaches, sun, and one of the world’s most renown global luxury real estate markets. In September, a group of 24 Executive MBA students from around the world visited FIU for a close-up view of this market, and the opportunity to study its design, financing and construction. The students participated in the EMBA Consortium […]
Faculty Notes: July-August 2016
Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics Monica Chiarini Tremblay, department chair and associate professor, was recently elected president-elect of the Association of Information Systems’ SIG-Health, which supports health-IS research, education and career development. Department of Management & International Business Jerry Haar, professor, wrote an op-ed column entitled “Brain Drain: Fact? Fiction? Or A Little of […]