Sofia Dermisi

University of Washington, Runstad Endowed Professor of Real Estate | Seattle, United States

About

Dr. Sofia Dermisi, is the Runstad Endowed Professor in Real Estate, Professor of Urban Design & Planning and the Chair of the Interdisciplinary Group for the MS in Real Estate at the University of Washington’s College of Built Environments. Dr. Dermisi holds a degree in Planning & Regional Development Engineering (’98) from the University of Thessaly, Greece and Master and Doctoral degrees (’99 and ’02) from the Harvard Design School. She is also a certified LEED Green Associate.

Professor Dermisi’s education and experience are interdisciplinary, combining: design, planning, engineering, finance, economics, sustainability and real estate market analysis through research, teaching and on-going contributions to the commercial real estate industry. Understanding the evolution of office markets and the effect of internal and external shocks has been the core of her research. More than a…

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CTBUH Roles

Expert Peer Review Committee (2014 – Present)

Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2012)

Videos

20 September 2012

LEED-EB Office High-Rises Before & After Certification and the Recession

LEED for Existing Buildings (LEED-EB) is the objective of a growing segment of office buildings. An examination of these buildings indicates that building and market...

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Research

26 October 2015

Global Cyclical Resurgence and Clustering of Office Skyscrapers

Sofia Dermisi, University of Washington

Skyscraper development has been linked with financial extremes; this paper explores this relationship by analyzing global construction trends for office skyscrapers with a height of...

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Research

19 September 2012

LEED-EB Office High-Rises Before & After Certification and the Recession

Sofia Dermisi, Roosevelt University

LEED for Existing Buildings (LEED-EB) is the objective of a growing segment of office buildings. Since 2004, 15.8% of U.S. office buildings of 20 or...

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