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Urban Streetscapes: “Hot or Not”?

By: Eric Mo “We use Street Score to create high-resolution maps of perception of safety for different cities in the US. This data can be very useful for urban planners

A Day of Learning: MSRED Style

By: R. Matthew Wallace As a current and continuing student in the MSRED program, I’ve had the opportunity to attend a number of co-sponsored alumni events.  One of the main

Are you ready to re-learn how you thought about Real Estate Investment?

by: Zach Shipps Representing MIT as the 2014 National Association of Real Estate Investment Managers (NAREIM) fellow at the Executive Officers conference in Chicago was an honor and incredible opportunity

Miami, CREW and Hillary Clinton Too!

By: Carolina Morgan When we applied to the research assistant position for the CREW Network research project, Jung Mi and I had no idea that the job came with a very

AACRE CASE 2014 COMPETITION

By: Alba Medina   Redefining Teams-manship I feel so honored for having had the opportunity to compete in the semi-finals of the AACRE 2014 CASE Competition in London.  Our team

Making the Right Connection

By: R. Matthew Wallace As anyone who has a breadth of real estate experience will tell you, the real estate industry, unlike many other industries does not have a typical

Work and Play a la Brasileira

By: Stephen Davis The prospect of a week long trip to Brazil with 25 of my classmates stood out as an exciting one indeed from the first I learned of

A Tear Worth a Diamond

“Effort is only effort when it begins to hurt” – JOSE ORTEGA Y GASET by: Alba Medina Flores The MSRED program at MIT has been one of the best experiences

Not your typical ‘Thirsty Thursday’ (well, almost)

By: Kailash Gupta   There is no “typical” day at the Center for Real Estate, but Thursday’s are the most demanding day of the week for me, due to the

Kendall Square: Silicon Valley of Massachusetts

By: Sandra Choy   In the Real Estate Development studio, we were given an assignment to “de-engineer” a development.  Our team consisted of 3 CRE students (Sandra Choy, Bernardo Sacchini,

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