Real Estate MBAs take Metro D.C.

Students in our UNC Kenan-Flagler MBA Real Estate Club explore the Metro D.C. market during their career trek.

  • After a busy morning with the JBG Companies and Eastdil Secured, members of the UNC Real Estate Club pause to enjoy the weather outside the office of Federal Capital Partners.

    After a busy morning with the JBG Companies and Eastdil Secured, members of the UNC Real Estate Club pause to enjoy the weather outside the office of Federal Capital Partners.

  • UNC Real Estate Club members hear from Forest City Enterprises’ Chris Walter about the past, present, and future of The Yards, a 5.5 million square foot mixed-use project on the Washington, D.C. waterfront.

    UNC Real Estate Club members hear from Forest City Enterprises’ Chris Walter about the past, present and future of The Yards, a 5.5 million square foot mixed-use project on the Washington, D.C. waterfront.

  • David Bookhout (MBA ’15), development manager with AvalonBay Communities, directs UNC Real Estate Club member’s attention to the extensive pet park and other site features meant to entice tenants at Avalon Falls Church.

    David Bookhout (MBA ’15), development manager with AvalonBay Communities, directs UNC Real Estate Club members’ attention to the extensive pet park and other site features meant to entice tenants at Avalon Falls Church.

  • After a whirlwind tour of Avalon Falls Church, UNC Real Estate Club members join David Bookhout (MBA ’15), development manager with AvalonBay Communities, for a group picture in front of the community clubhouse.

    After a whirlwind tour of Avalon Falls Church, UNC Real Estate Club members join David Bookhout (MBA ’15), development manager with AvalonBay Communities, for a group picture in front of the community clubhouse.

  • UNC Real Estate Club members maintain their sunny smiles despite overcast skies as they explore Modera’s 2nd-floor terrace, which overlooks the bustling activity of the Mosaic District below.
    UNC Real Estate Club members maintain their sunny smiles despite overcast skies as they explore Modera’s 2nd-floor terrace, which overlooks the bustling activity of the Mosaic District below.