A holistic approach to sustainable urban development is the future.
Spaces can be repurposed in a way that helps the environment, helps residents, and offers a high return on investment. In a time where demand for real estate is drastically changing, smart investment and design will be needed to stay ahead of the curve and keep spaces desirable.
I have spent the last few years preparing to help organizations move into this future. Here are some highlights:
I graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a minor in Real Estate in the College of Engineering.
I am the first female undergraduate student to be a founder of an Architecture 2030 District, which are created around the country with a goal of reducing the environmental impact of buildings. My team founded the first 2030 District in New York state.
I was the project manager for Cornell's branch of SWEEP, a new sustainability standard focusing on solid waste. It is being developed by Rob Watson, the founder of LEED.
I have worked on over 3 million square feet of properties pursuing the NYSERDA Commercial Tenant Program, and LEED & WELL Certifications.