Tom Vecchione is a strategic design expert with more than 30 years of experience in architecture and real estate planning. He has worked with top corporations, building owners, and developers to reposition their priorities and align the stakeholder's business aspirations to the demands of a new generation of tenants. The core of his work is the belief that impactful design enhances business performance and employee engagement.
Vecchione received his degree in architecture from the New York Institute of Technology and studied urban planning at Cornell University. He is on the Board of Directors at The Center for an Urban Future, The New York City Landmarks Preservation Foundation, and on the Advisory Board at the Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate.
Academic Research/Specialty Areas
- Real estate development
- CRP 6595 Special Topics in Real EstateThis course addresses pertinent issues relative to real estate. Topics vary each semester.