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Naomi Mirsky

Naomi Mirsky

Adjunct Instructor

Naomi Mirsky is an adjunct instructor within the Schack Institute of Real Estate and a specialist in hotel real estate. Naomi is principal and co-founder of Willow Street Capital (WSC), a hotel real estate investment and development company, and Willow Street Capital Advisors (WSCA), a consulting and advisory company. Prior to founding WSC/WSCA, Naomi held senior management positions with Denihan Hospitality Group, DLJ/Credit Suisse & Morgan’s Hotel Group, and Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide. In her various roles, she focused on hotel development, design/construction project & cost management, and sustainable business practices. Naomi holds an MBA from Cornell University, an MA from the University of London and a BA from Boston University. At NYUSCPS she teaches courses including Hotel Real Estate Development and Hotel Real Estate Investment.

Currently Teaching

Hotel Investment, Analysis, and Valuation

Examine the economic factors that generate and impact hotel revenues and ultimately asset profitability and value.

Hotel Investment, Analysis, and Valuation

Examine the economic factors that generate and impact hotel revenues and ultimately asset profitability and value.

Hotel Real Estate Development

Gain an understanding of the hotel product as a real estate investment.

Hotel Real Estate Development

Gain an understanding of the hotel product as a real estate investment.

Hotel Real Estate Development

Gain an understanding of the hotel product as a real estate investment.

Hotel Real Estate Development

Gain an understanding of the hotel product as a real estate investment.

Hotel Investment Analysis and Valuation

Examine the economic factors that generate and impact hotel revenues and ultimately asset profitability and value.

Hotel Investment Analysis and Valuation

Examine the economic factors that generate and impact hotel revenues and ultimately asset profitability and value.