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Tom Andrews (MSRED ’87) Interviewed in Boston Business Journal

Alexandria aims to repeat success of Tech Square with One Kendall Square On the 10th anniversary of a project that redefined the landscape of Kendall Square, developer Alexandria Real Estate

Two MSRED 2016 graduates research property prices for thesis along the proposed Somerville’s Green Line corridor

Property in Somerville’s Green Line corridor getting pricey By: Tim Logan Boston Globe August 18, 2016 It’s been pretty clear the proposed Green Line Extension has boosted property values in

JLL leaders get educated on cutting-edge innovations at MIT

While in town in Boston, JLL’s Americas Executive Committee recently visited one of the world’s foremost institutions for innovation, MIT. The group of roughly 15 was led by JLL Americas

Govan Entrepreneurship Award Recipient 2016

The Govan Entrepreneurship Award is awarded to an MSRED student whose thesis exemplifies a unique, entrepreneurial idea that embodies the entrepreneurial success and legacy of MIT CRE Alumni. This award has

MSRED 2016 Thesis and Exemplar Award Recipients

The Center for Real Estate is proud to announce the recipients of the Center for Real Estate Director’s Award for Thesis Excellence and the Exemplar Award. Both awards are nomination-based, and

Beijing Studio Celebrates 30 Years

Center for Real Estate & Department of Urban Studies and Planning Professor Dennis Frenchman led a group of students for the 30th year of the Beijing Studio, an MIT-Tsinghua University

“Sustainability Efforts Need Clear Focus” – Aaron Binkley (MSRED ’07)

Binkley discussed some of the common mistakes companies could make as they ramp up their sustainability efforts. Aaron Binkley (MSRED ’07), director of sustainability at Digital Realty Trust, Inc., joined REIT.com for

Industry Partner Bryan Koop, Executive Vice President of Boston Region for Boston Properties speaks about the cities post recession economy

In the city’s post-recession economy, more than 2.1 million square feet of professional services firms — law firms, accounting firms, and consultancies, among them — have vacated the downtown for

Albert Saiz argued that a home’s vulnerabilities to coastal dynamics should be “disclosed very explicitly” to buyers

Global warming or not, we still want our house on the beach Along the South Shore’s most vulnerable coastlines, plenty of homes are for sale right on the beach –

MIT Center for Real Estate Researcher Featured in Wall Street Journal

Redfin examines the effect of walkability on housing prices (Photo Credit Lauren Tamaki) Redfin’s Sheharyar Bokhari, a researcher at the MIT Center for Real Estate, has developed a system for

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