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13 November 2014
This 30 days tour gave them hands-on experience in six regional centers in real estate, construction, design, layouts and sampling. The students got to explore the latest technological trends in the industry in a major city environment, gained an understanding of the nature of different market systems along with corporate structures under differing legal jurisdictions and their effect on the urban environment.
Sharing his experience with us, Ahinav Kumar says, “The travel opportunity gave me the platform to meet some of the largest property firms, business executives, senior property personnels and business professionals and such a learning curve enhanced my basics of real estate. Most of the projects were unique in their approach in terms of land conversion process. The program integrated theory and practice with a strong on‐site orientation and proactive participation. Site visits and workshops investigate innovative, new, and established buildings and developments that have challenged the industry”.
Shashank Vashishta says, “The Asian Cities Programme was a one of its kind experience, in terms of learning and I would like to thank the School for such an opportunity. We covered these cities in 30 days where we got the opportunity to interact with the real estate professionals and tried to gain and exchange knowledge. This also gave us the prospect to interact and exchange notes with students from other countries."
This six cities program majorly focused on interacting with the leading developers, designers/architects, asset managers, investors and funds, etc. in which they presented their way of work, the strategies behind their successful piece of work, major challenges they faced, complying with the stakeholders, raising of funds, design implementation, etc.
Here are some of the projects covered under REACh Asian Cities Program:
International Finance Centre (IFC), Hong Kong
Lai Sun Development, Hong Kong
CBRE, Hong Kong
International Commerce Centre (ICC), Hong Kong
Goodman Interlink, Hong Kong
Grosvenor Westminster, Hong Kong
Tanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore
Gensler (Architect & Design firm), Singapore
Parkside Plaza, Shanghai
HLD (Handerson Land Dev. Co. Ltd.), Shanghai
Parc 1, Seoul
Ginza Marunouchi, Tokyo
Daiwa House, Tokyo
Shinjuku-Nomura Building, Tokyo