The New York Times Real Estate courses will be taught on Monday for the first time in the Times’ history.
The courses, which will be free, will run throughout March and will be based on a three-year strategy that began with the publication of the United States Soccer Hall of Fame, The Times said.
The Times, which owns the Times, and the real estate company New York City Properties will work with Real Estate Week, which brings together real estate professionals and developers.
The NYT is also hosting a free online course on the history of real estate on March 17 and will also host a seminar on March 24, with more details to be announced.
The course, titled “The Real Estate Journey,” will focus on the rise of New York as a global center of real-estate investment and how the Times leveraged its wealth to develop its first headquarters in Manhattan.
The program will cover the history and evolution of realty in the US and in other countries around the world.
The next edition of the Times Real Residence course, which runs from March 23 to April 1, will include courses on building real estate in India and China.