Archived articles

Real estate

A world more complete
Published Aug 3, 2021
Historian Nathan D. Connolly investigates the brick wall of race, class, and real estate
The future of retail real estate markets
Published June 11, 2021
Alum Jeffrey Olson on how COVID-19 affected retail real estate and how the industry is adapting ahead of his talk with the Carey Business School
Real Estate
JHU acquisition expands opportunities in Washington, D.C.
Published June 29, 2020
University completes planned purchase of 555 Pennsylvania Ave., the future site of a collaboration and learning hub for the Johns Hopkins community
Real estate
New hotel planned near Homewood
Published Oct 2, 2019
The Study at Johns Hopkins, with 115 rooms, a restaurant, and conference space, will occupy the building currently home to the Blackstone apartments
U.S. economy
Architects of a shaky economy?
Published Dec 26, 2018
The domination of housing markets by relatively few builders slows the industry and poses a risk to the overall economy, study suggests
Real estate
Remington seeks new retailers
Published Oct 10, 2018
Winners of Shark Tank-style Remington Storefront Challenge will receive funding, technical assistance, free rent for up to two years
Real estate
JHU purchases historic Stieff Silver complex
Published Nov 1, 2017
The former silver factory complex, originally built in 1925, will house labs and facilities for the Whiting School
Architectural bazooka
Published Summer 2017
Blogger behind 'McMansion Hell' takes aim at American consumerism, one oversized foyer at a time / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Getting down to business
Published Jan 19, 2016
Business students participate in yearlong real estate investment competition
Race and real estate
Timing isn't everything
Published Oct 7, 2015
Race a key factor in which homeowners made money in up-and-down 2000s housing market