The real estate industry is a magnet for talent and creativity, a world in which even those from humble beginnings can make great fortunes and leave enduring legacies. It has enormous impacts on society, the economy and the environment, and it is deeply intertwined with public policy at the local, national and international levels.
The Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute has a vital role to play in this industry. With our varied programs and extensive network, we are a lively community of professionals who share a passion for real estate and a commitment to the civic realm.
Within our ever-changing and challenging business environment, the Newman Real Estate Institute, housed within the Zicklin School of Business and Baruch College at CUNY, provides applied research, professional education and conferences to the real estate industry, as well as to organizations focused on public policy.
Since its founding in 1996, the Institute has pursued and provided timely insight on critical urban issues beyond those traditionally associated with core real estate topics. Focus areas include sustainability, historic preservation, asset repositioning, energy efficiency, comparative market analysis, econometrics, property remediation, building retrofits, and public transportation needs to name but a few. In all efforts, the Institute’s approach is to identify pivotal theoretical knowledge and research and convert it into a clarified form for immediate assimilation by industry and professional groups, agencies, and related organizations.
About the Institute
Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute
137 East 22nd Street
New York, NY 10010
For general inquiries, please contact:
Sara Hilska Taylor, Administrative Coordinator