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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

“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

Paul Adornato MSRED ’92 states that the U.S. ‘Probably’ Benefits from Suspended U.K. Funds

As the markets pull out of the post-Brexit rally, the first consequences of the U.K. referendum to leave the European Union are having an effect overseas as two U.K. property

Steve Weikal ’08 moderates a panel that examined Workforce Space Disruptors at Recent Real Disruption Event for CoreNet

  Those who have attended the MIT Center for Real Estate’s “Real Disruption” series know the feeling of walking away from the event and having two distinct reactions – often

Raising asset values by building resilience to extreme weather – Quinn Eddins (MSRED ’07)

WELCOME TO HURRICANE SEASON. The Atlantic hurricane season is barely four weeks old, but 2016 has already seen four named storms. Although the official season runs from June 1 to November

MSRED Alum, Tom Andrews ’87 profiled by Boston Business Journal

Even though his company has yet to finish the mammoth Alexandria Center in Kendall Square, Tom Andrews is already thinking ahead to the next development opportunities within Greater Boston’s booming

Center for Real Estate MSRED program featured in New York Time article about the Boston Seaport

For Boston Seaport, G.E. was just a start Lisa Prevost ” G.E. is not buying a place or a location, “said Dennis Frenchman, a professor of urban design and planning

“Uber for curation,” Boston-based Tekuma wants to turn your spare wall into a marketplace

Can any room become a gallery space? That’s the premise behind new Boston-area startup Tekuma, which believes its sharing economy model can widen access to art, and turn your walls into

Professor Geltner Visits Mexico City

Professor Geltner was in Mexico City presenting Real Estate Price Indices and Price Dynamics: An Overview from an Investments Perspective to the Banco de Mexico executives. He was able to

Crossroads visits MIT Center for Real Estate

On Saturday, March 12th, eleven 9th graders from Boston and Brockton visited MIT to explore their futures as part of a career exploration weekend run by the Crossroads C5 Leaders

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