ASU real estate development students put creativity to the test

Last year’s MRED-REIAC: Rockefeller Group Challenge winning team, Spire Development, included (left to right) Kyle Trent, Anna Sepic, and Jay Van Tassell. /Photo by Carl Schultz

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The 2017 winner was a mixed-use development at Dorsey Lane and Apache Boulevard in Tempe. It featured six separate parcels including a new school for the arts; a retail center at the NWC of Dorsey and Apache; retail/office space at the NEC corner of Dorsey and Apache; and three parcels of vacant City of Tempe land.

This year, the focus is on the Thunderbird School of Global Management campus in Glendale, Arizona. Now that Arizona State University is moving the school to downtown Phoenix, what will become of the 100-plus acre campus after it moves? 

How will this year’s winning team dazzle the judges with their solutions?

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