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Paper eres2010_084:
URBAN ANALYSIS AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES FOR THE AREA OF THE SANTA CHIARA HOSPITAL IN THE CITY OF PISA (ITALY): A COMPARISON BETWEEN DIFFERENT REDEVELOPMENT OPTIONS

id eres2010_084
authors Mattia, Sergio; Oppio, Alessandra; Pandolfi, Alessandra
year 2010
title URBAN ANALYSIS AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES FOR THE AREA OF THE SANTA CHIARA HOSPITAL IN THE CITY OF PISA (ITALY): A COMPARISON BETWEEN DIFFERENT REDEVELOPMENT OPTIONS
source 17th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Milan, Italy
summary This paper describes the use of the Discounted Cash Flow techniques to the 10 proposals for the urban design International Competition “Urban redevelopment of the hospital university of Santa Chiara, Piazza dei Miracoli”, advertised by the city of Pisa in 2007. The area is strategically placed in the heart of the old city centre of Pisa, immediately nearby the Dome square, listed as Unesco’s world heritage site. The Free Discounted Cash Flow (FDCF) model applied to the case study is one of the evaluation methods of the investments’ economic and financial sustainability broadly used by developers and investors, since it is an approach based on the concept of net operating incomes according to all the financing sources (equity and debts). The FDCF model has been applied to different operating options (selling/renting/managing) not considered in the competition’s proposals, in order to verify their economical and financial performances. Taking into consideration the outcomes obtained these analysis, the most profitable options have been selected considering the information given by the Internal rate of return and the Net present value.
keywords REAL ESTATE FINANCE, DEVELOPMENT OPTIONS
series ERES:conference
email alessandra.oppio@polimi.it
more http://www.eres2010.org/index.asp?page=papers_download
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session Real Estate Development & Finance
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