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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,

Mixing it up in Studio

By: Sara Brown This semester, all of us MSRED students are taking the core real estate development studio, 4.254/11.303 (Real Estate Development Studio: Complex Urban Projects), taught by Peter Roth.

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

What does Medical Marijuana have to do with Real Estate?

  By: Jing Yu This January Yanjia Lui and I worked as externs for the commercial real estate acquisition team at Campanelli, a vertically integrated real estate investment and development

Working with trailblazers in Dubai: Opportunity of a lifetime

By: Nason Khomassi  After a demanding first semester, I was presented with the opportunity of a lifetime: an internship at InvestBridge Capital (IBC) in Dubai.  Along with four of my

Urban Economics at the Virtual Frontier

By: Thies Lindenthal, Postdoctoral Fellow Internet domain names bring the location back to the (more or less) location-less Internet. A domain name provides a virtual street address for any website

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