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Faculty Profile: Shaw Lupton

Shaw Lupton

Adjunct Professor in the Brandeis International Business School

Product manager with consulting skill set grounded in real estate fundraising and investment. Brandeis triple alumnus and adjunct. Startup advocate.

Shaw Lupton leverages a decade advising institutional real estate investors to help lead product development at CoStar, a real estate technology company. Before product, he helped CoStar's consulting business grow to advise over $1T in capital on fundraising, portfolio allocation, and diligence. Mr. Lupton has held several leadership positions with the Urban Land Institute, where he co-founded the Boston Real Estate Technology Council and is a founding member of the Americas Technology & Real Estate Council. He is a founding member of the CREtech Leadership Board and the Building Ventures Innovation Network.

Prior to CoStar, Mr. Lupton evaluated $2B in investments as a deal team member at Boston Properties, the REIT, and as a founding team member at Westport Point Capital, a private equity joint venture with Prudential Real Estate Investors. Mr. Lupton earned an M.B.A., an M.A. in International Economics and Finance, and a B.A. cum laude in Economics from Brandeis University, where he serves as an adjunct professor in the International Business School. He has been featured as an expert source in business media including Bloomberg, National Real Estate Investor, and The New York Times.

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