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China’s New Cities Workshop

Examining China’s New Cities from Four Angles: Economics, Financing, Design, and Technology   THE workshop on May 17th, sponsored by the MIT China Future City Lab’s (CFC), examined the new cities

Daniel Fink Thesis Work in BSA Space Exhibit

Daniel Fink, SMArchs ’17 and Wide Data Experiment Lead for MITs Real Estate Innovation Lab, has his thesis work on display at the Boston Society of Architects exhibition space. The exhibit

Boston Properties names Gensler, Rockpoint execs to board

MIT Alum and Center Partner named to Boston Properties Executive Board Diane Hoskins MIT ’79 of M. Arthur Gensler Jr. & Associates has been named to the executive board for Boston Properties.  Hoskins,

China Future City Lab held two Mini Urban Economics and Policy Workshops

Prof. Siqi Zheng’s China Future City Lab held two Mini Urban Economics and Policy Workshops on 30th April and 7th May. The two workshops were attended by more than 30 scholars and

Boston-based BlueWave Solar Ranks No. 1

May 19, 2019 BlueWave Solar LLC, a Boston-based developer of solar energy projects, ranks No. 1 on Boston Business Journal’s Fast 50. BlueWave reported three-year top-line growth of 923 percent,

Prof. Wheaton Presents Research on Automation and Urban Form

MIT Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Economics and Center for Real Estate, Bill Wheaton, presented research at a Lunch and Learn last week. SA+P, DUSP and CRE students were invited to attend

MSRED Alum Charley Leatherbee Joins Trammell Crow in New Business Opp

MSRED ’04 alum, Charley Leatherbee, will help launch and grow a Boston office for Trammell Crow Co., a Dallas-based real-estate development company that bills itself as the largest commercial real-estate developer in the

CREtech and the Center Host Successful RE Tech Event in Boston

Hundreds of attended the CREtech FUTURE: Boston event that featured leading scientists and innovators discussing what real estate professionals can anticipate on the innovative front in the future for the industry.

Office Space Tech – Dr. Andrea Chegut mentioned in The New York Times

“To stay competitive, developers and landlords are being driven to add telecommunications infrastructure, video screens and, yes, glass that tints itself automatically. Some expect smart technology to expand beyond windows.

Where are the workers coming from: January – February?

Bill Wheaton | March 2019 The strong US January jobs growth figures were actually quite similar to many of the monthly reports over the last year. In fact, over the

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