Real Estate Development: Transportation and Accessibility
The Course Will Teach You to
- Identify the role of transportation and accessibility in the real estate development process
- Differentiate between transportation and accessibility improvements
- Explain the challenges of integrating new transportation systems into existing systems
- List and define accessibility issues outside and inside buildings
- Describe the importance of life-safety networks and systems
- Articulate how a developer gets paid using various payment and financing structures
Transportation and Accessibility are special types of physical improvement in real estate development. These are moving and dynamic systems that feature human and physical interactions. Mark Van Ark, CCIM, will share industry knowledge and experience identifying transportation and accessibility requirements for property, including public and private transportation systems users will access to arrive at the property, determining how space users will move around the property, and which party in the real estate development process is responsible for developing the modes for transportation and accessibility.
This course may require the use of a laptop or desktop computer with full Excel capabilities. Mobile devices, like iPads, tablets, and cellphones, will not run The CCIM Institute's macro-enabled spreadsheets.
PC: Microsoft Office 2000 or higher is necessary to run The CCIM Institute macro-enabled spreadsheets.
Mac: Mac versions of Microsoft Office 2004, 2011, 2016, or 365 are required to run The CCIM Institute macro-enabled spreadsheets.
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