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Smart, Connected and Green Symposium

The MIT Center for Real Estate and Maastricht University’s European Center for Corporate Engagement (ECCE) joined forces for an event to explore the economic drivers for innovators in the smart, connected and

Five questions with Shawn Hurley ’99 of Skanska

By: Thomas Grillo Real Estate Editor-Boston Business Journal Mar 25, 2014 Shawn Hurley 1999 graduate of MIT Center for Real Estate was interviewed by Boston Business Journal about why the Seaport is

Open Search: SA+P Dean

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology seeks a dynamic and visionary academic leader to be the next Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning.  The School comprises of five main

A Tear Worth a Diamond

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

Professor Geltner Presents at PREA

Read Professor Geltner’s Paper below: Characteristics of Depreciation in Commercial and Multi-Family Property_0317

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,

Professor Saiz Appears on Freakonomics Radio

In this podcast from Freakonomics Radio, Saiz, who specializes in immigration, calculated how much learning a foreign language can boost future earnings. You’ll also be able to download an abstract

Professor Saiz’s research cited in Wall Street Journal

In a February 27th article in the WSJ, Prof. Saiz’s research was cited in the article,  Place Bets Carefully on Home Builders. While there are several different criteria that play into

Spring semester in full swing

By: Mitsuhiro Nomura   After the internship in Japan and Vietnam last month,  spring semester is in full swing. Our new classes and classmates have made us excited again. Real

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