The University of Michigan Real Estate Club and the UM/ULI Real Estate Forum announce the fifth annual Urban Restoration Case Competition. Students from Midwestern real estate, architecture and business programs are invited to take part in this competition. This competition will be based on an actual Brownfield in downtown Detroit sourced from a developer/advocacy group. This location is being prepared for redevelopment within the next two years and has the support of the developer/advocacy group. The objective is to create a business case for your selected redevelopment scenario. First place prize is $4,000 cash, second place prize is $1,000 cash. Winners will be invited to the UM/ULI Real Estate Forum in Detroit and will receive their awards and participate in a panel discussion on the future of real estate development with the winners of the Michigan Real Estate Excellence Awards at a special pre-Forum awards event on Tuesday, November 10th. Conference registration for the winners is complementary and they are expected to attend the conference. Discounted registration is available for all other participating teams.