The Corcoran Case Competition

An annual case competition that affords Boston College undergraduates an opportunity to compete, develop their knowledge, and learn from experts in the field through the analysis of a real estate and urban action focused development case.

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Teams of 3-5 Currently Enrolled Boston College Undergrads From All Majors, Programs, and Schools Can Participate

2019 Corcoran Case Competition Results

The final round of the the 2019 Corcoran Case Competition: The Future of Housing was held on March 30th in Fulton Hall. Twenty Eight teams entered this year's competition, nine teams succeeded in submitting a solution to the case, and three teams were chosen to advance to the final round.

First Place

Golden Eagle Development Group

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Second Place

Arbella Housing Group

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Third Place

DWG Development Group

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2020 Case Competition Theme

The Future of Housing
LOW INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDITS

Judges

A panel of distinguished industry experts provides students with feedback, advice, and guidance, and ultimately select the winning team
2019 Final Round Judges:

Joseph J. Corcoran

President, Joseph J. Corcoran Company

Jeff Goldstein

Executive Vice President and COO & Director of Real Estate, Boston Capital

Kathy Millhouse

Managing Director, Citigroup

Competition at a Glance

28

Undergraduates Teams Entered the Competition

$5000

Cash Prize

to Winning Team

2

Preparatory Workshops Led By Four Industry Experts

THE WORKSHOPS AND CASE, PREPARED BY EXPERTS IN THE FIELD, INTRODUCE LOW INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDITS AS A VALUABLE TOOL IN THE BATTLE TO MAINTAIN AND EXPAND AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN AMERICA.

Keith James

Keith James, a Partner at Inland Group, leads a case workshop. Keith has over 20 years of experience in real estate development.

The Competition Was Kicked Off By Congressmen Joe Kennedy III

Keith James

Lack of affordable Housing is a national crisis. The United States loses over 125,000 units of affordable housing each year. The Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) is crucial to combating the affordable housing crisis.

2020 Corcoran Case Competition Weekend

April 3, 2020 (subject to change)