The Real Estate Office identifies all University-controlled assets and properties: providing stake holders with one universal resource to best understand the use of University spaces.
This is achieved by analyzing current records and field-verifying all identified spaces on campus. Clear work flow procedures and policies associated with space are then setup and administered.
The office effectively leverages University space usage by exploiting internal and third-party resources: joining organizations that provide data enabling comparative analysis of Drexel's real estate portfolio to regional and national standards.
Documentation produced by Real Estate supports the fiscal relationship between the University and the Division of Student Life & Administrative Services' operations and affairs including events, initiatives, and programs.
The Office of Real Estate & Space Management is responsible for the review, analysis and negotiation of all leased space requests, and in consultation with the Office of the General Counsel, the review and recommendation for approval of all lease agreements.