Each Winter and Summer, students in the PSU Real Estate Development Workshop produce a development plan for a property site in the Portland or Seattle area. Students form a real estate development team and produce an original development plan, including the development concept, the market analysis, the conceptual design, economic analysis, capital and operations budget, and management plan.

The students' plan demonstrates and applies mastery of the development concepts and tools learned through their real estate certificate coursework. In Winter, the Workshop is sponsored by the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP). In Summer, the Workshop is sponsored by the Building and Owners Management Association (BOMA).

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Submissions from 2017

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The Exchange at Coquitlam Central, NAIOP Workshop Project, Brock Argyropoulos, Jennifer Arnold, Analise Baarstad, Kalin Berger, Alex Joyce, Samuel Leeding, Christine Pellissier, and Lisa Young

Submissions from 2016

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The Kelsey: A Development Proposal, NAIOP Workshop Project, Jennifer Arnold, Scott Holden, Lisa Wise, Cameron Brown, Alec Lawrence, Marc Strabic, Darrin Brightman, Alex Joyce, Kerry Steinmetz, Cameron Chester, Adam Seidman, and Jeff Hubbard

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Union Park, NAIOP Workshop Project, Kristina Benson, Tyler DuBois, Chad Encinas, Mackenzie Kisiel, Colin Kelley, Andrew Lords, Daniel Silvey, Deb Scott, and Joseph Welliver

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Oregon College of Art and Craft (OCAC) Workshop Project, Scott Holden, Alex Joyce, Nate Raynor, and Bob Sassa

Submissions from 2015

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The Morrison Mercantile: BOMA Real Estate Development Workshop, Khalid Alballaa, Kevin Clark, Barbara Fryer, Carly Harrison, A. Synkai Harrison, Liz Hutchinson, Scott Kueny, Erik Pattison, Nate Raynor, Clancy Terry, and Joel Thomas

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The Exchange: NAIOP Real Estate Development Workshop, Adam Boehm, Jurie Lewis, Bryce Payne, Bob Sassa, and Jason Wald

Submissions from 2014

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1631 NW Thurman: BOMA Real Estate Development Workshop, James Wang, Jovan West, Jana Faro, Jason West, Maddie McMonies, and Tom Remmers

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The Eastside Central: NAIOP Real Estate Development Workshop, Kent Wu, Jeff Schindler, Jana Faro, Geoff Falkenberg, Blas Delascio, Angela Guo, and Elizabeth Heredia

Submissions from 2013

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The Water Tower: BOMA Real Estate Development Workshop, Michael Gum, Travis Meinhold, Morgan Brakken, Robert Pile, Noshad Rahimi, Frank Tea, Mitch Powell, and Kali Bader

Submissions from 2012

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The Kaiser Blocks: BOMA Real Estate Development Workshop, Rahim A. Abbasi, George McCleary, Randy Mueller, Andy Shaw, Peter Skei, and Matt Tackett

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The Sunset District: NAIOP Real Estate Development Workshop, Bryant Cheong, Matthew Craigie, Khoa Le, Jeff Sakamoto, Michael Weidmann, and Kent Wu

Submissions from 2011

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The Lloyd 700 Superblock: NAIOP Real Estate Development Workshop, Portland State University

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The Benson Blocks: BOMA Real Estate Development Workshop, Suvi Wesa, Evan Abramowitz, Kyle Brown, Jennifer Hanna, Chris Longfield, and Karen Reeves

Submissions from 2010

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Conway Commons: BOMA Real Estate Development Workshop, Scott Aster, Jason Clough, Amber Hyde, Michael Shall, and Kyle Palmer

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Brewery Blocks West: NAIOP Real Estate Development Workshop, Ben Gates, Tom Heinicke, Jared Hendricks, Brad Johnson, Atha Mansoory, Michael Shall, Will Thier, and Jonathon Winslow

Submissions from 2009

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Lincoln High School: BOMA Real Estate Development Workshop, April Chastain, Tyler Clark, Gonzo Grasis, Eric Hayes, Robert Pile, and Jonathan Winslow

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The Blocks at Northgate: NAIOP Real Estate Development Workshop, Caroline Uittenbroek, Stephen Smith, Carly Ritter, Kate Chavez, John Patton, David Blindheim, and Eugene Nucci Jr.

Submissions from 2008

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The Yale Blocks: NAIOP Real Estate Development Workshop, Brad Smith, Courtney Koehler, Kerry Hughes, Matt Stein, Pat Monaghan, and Staci Beck

Submissions from 2007

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University Place: BOMA Real Estate Development Workshop, Todd Bouchard, Matthew Collier, David Fenwick, Justin Isle, Dan Johnson, Jeremy McVeety, Chris Peterson, and Amy Shum