|James Bryan King, AIA, LEED AP (pictured left) is the instructor for a new MRED Course being offered this term: Corporate Real Estate. We are delighted to have Mr. King back on campus where he earned a Master of Architecture degree a "few years" back. Mr. King also holds a Master of Real Estate Development degree from Harvard University and brings a wealth of experience in corporate real estate to the students, as he led the Sony Corporation's Real Estate Group, based in New York for almost two decades. James is happy to report, "I am delighted to return to College Park after a quarter century of applying and multiplying the skills I learned there. The energy and the progressive thinking I see there is invigorating and I look forward to contributing to this innovative real estate and design community and to continue my own learning at the same time."
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