Mason School of Business hosts real estate conference

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April 15, 2008

2:07 AM

Prudential Real Estate Investors, partnered with the Mason School of Business, hosted the “Developing Vertical Mixed-Use Projects” conference in Williamsburg over the weekend. As a coordinator of the conference, PREI initiated discussion among retail, residential and office developers, as well as with attorneys who have conceived projects with owners and developers.

This is the first time that the Mason School of Business partnered in the conference and that a group of students was able to attend.

“Partnering with William and Mary and specifically with the Mason School of Business gives us a great opportunity to expose these young entrepreneurs to the world of real estate development,” Managing Director of PREI Roger S. Pratt ’74 said in a press release.

With over $30 billion in net assets at the end of 2007, PREI is one of the United States’s largest real estate investment managers.

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