We are excited to announce the Michigan Real Estate Club has launched a new student project within the Club, “HomeBuilt,” which will offer students an all-access glimpse at ongoing and future University of Michigan real estate projects. Members of HomeBuilt will have the opportunity to learn about all aspects of the real estate development process - including financing, design, planning, and construction - through live case studies and tours with industry leaders involved in each phase of the development process.
A major initiative of the incoming MREC Board is to more actively involve the Real Estate Club's members on a regular basis through HomeBuilt. With over 15 real estate projects currently under development by the University of Michigan and its partners, as well as several new private developments taking shape around campus, HomeBuilt will create exclusive opportunities for hands-on student engagement and action-based learning for Real Estate Club members.
Beginning this spring, teams will be assigned a project, tour their site, interact with professionals involved including developers, architects, engineers, construction teams, and investors. Several projects we plan to analyze this semester include the ongoing $68 million renovation of Weiser Hall on Central Campus and the $168 million Stephen M. Ross Athletics South Competition and Performance Project, which is the 280,000 square foot future home of Michigan's Track and Field, Cross Country, Lacrosse, Soccer, and Rowing teams.
At this time, the two leaders of HomeBuilt - Andrew Mosellie and Daniel Weiner - would like to gauge student interest and begin pairing students with real estate projects.
Please fill out the form below to express your interest!