MArch University of Kansas, Architecture, 1976
BARCH University of Kansas, Architecture, 1974
MBA Cornell University, Business, 1968
MEngr Cornell University, Engineering, 1967
BS Cornell University, Engineering, 1966
Steve Bell is a clinical professor in the Department of Real Estate at DePaul University as well as an associate director for The Real Estate Center. In the latter capacity he is responsible for coordinating the mentoring, internship and placement efforts for students enrolled in the real estate program. Over the past 20 years, Bell has worked in Chicago as Vice President for Development for Brookfield Properties, where he developed the high rise mixed use retail and condo project Chicago Place on Michigan Avenue and also Quaker Tower; for the past several years at CB Richard Ellis he has been working at a senior level in asset services, overseeing the management, leasing and construction and facilities management for a large portfolio of office and industrial buildings in the Chicago region. Steve has had a distinguished career in real estate and he brings that knowledge and his professional network to DePaul. He earned his MBA and Masters of Engineering from Cornell University, and also holds a Masters in Architecture from the University of Kansas.