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Milkboy ArtHouse opens in College Park

"Great cities are not made of few large projects but of many unique smaller projects. We believe Milkboy will be just that." MilkBoy ArtHouse, a collaboration between MilkBoy, a Philadelphia-based music and entertainment company, and the University of Maryland's Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center will feature multiple bars, restaurant areas with seating and two stages for artists to perform. U3A worked with the various university and community stakeholders to help bring MilkBoy to College Park. Since 2009, U3 Advisors has served the University of Maryland in College Park, advising on a variety of real estate and place-based economic development initiatives. 

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Cornell Tech unveils details about its Roosevelt Island campus hotel

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Cornell Tech released new details regarding its hotel on Cornell's Roosevelt Island campus. The Graduate Roosevelt Island, developed by AJ Capital Partners as part of their Graduate portfolio of boutique hotels, will offer 196 rooms, as well as a full-service restaurant, rooftop bar, and 5,200 square feet of “flexible meeting and event facilities.” Snøhetta will design the hotel.

U3A served as consultant to Cornell in the University’s successful quest to win the Bloomberg administration’s competition to attract a world-class applied sciences and engineering campus to New York City, and continues to serve as real estate advisor in implementing the 2 million square foot campus. 

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U3A's Jaime Flaherty to speak at Bisnow's Power Series

U3 Advisors' CFO Jaime Flaherty will be a featured speaker at Bisnow's Power Series: Women of Influence in Commercial Real Estate on April 5, 2017 in Philadelphia. The core purpose of the series is to enhance the success of women in the commercial real estate industry. This event will provide education, networking, and resources for professional development. For more information regarding this event, click here

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MMDC Competition Winners Aim to Improve Medical District Efficiency

MedHaul and Sparco Projectpedia were the winning ideas from the recent Memphis Medical District Collaborative (MMDC) Operation Opportunity business plan competition, and the entrepreneurs behind the concepts will now work with EPIcenter to cultivate them into successful ventures. The MMDC, U3 Advisors, and EPIcenter partnered on the competition.

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Cornell Outlines Student Housing Plan

U3A Managing Director, Todd Stern, recently presented U3A's initial findings from it's nine-month engagement with the Cornell University's Division of Student and Campus Life to "draw up a master plan to reassess on-campus housing for the next decade" at an on-campus student housing forum.  Read more about U3A's engagement with Cornell's Division of Campus Life here

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Prospective Master Plan to Guide On-Campus Housing for Next Decade

Read about U3 Advisors' latest engagement with Cornell University in The Cornell Daily Sun.   U3A is working with the University's Division of Student and Campus Life to "draw up a master plan to reassess on-campus housing for the next decade."  

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Collaborative Aims to Enhance Memphis Medical District

The newly established Medical District Collaborative (MDC), a nonprofit entity made up of stakeholders and executives in the Memphis Medical District, held its inaugural board meeting on February 1, 2016. U3A’s representative in Memphis, Tommy Pacello, was named the President of MDC. The MDC has plans for series of changes in the in the District beginning in May 2016, including streetscaping and public arts projects. The MDC anticipates that real estate development and parking management projects will be undertaken in the future. Click here for the latest coverage in the Memphis Daily News. 

U3 Advisors was hired by the District’s anchor institutions in summer 2014 to design and implement as anchor strategy in the area in an effort to focus its economic resources for the benefit of the entire district.  U3A has designed and implemented similar anchor strategies in Philadelphia and Midtown Detroit. 

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