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MSRED Open House

MIT Master of Science in Real Estate Development Come learn more about the MIT MSRED Program.  Meet Faculty, Students and Alumni! Monday, October 21, 2013 6:00 – 8:00 pm 105

MIT Launches CREATE in South Africa

The dismantling of the apartheid regime in South Africa brought the country a heady sense of promise, but one eclipsed in recent years by harsh economic realities. Unemployment, for example,

Oliver Carr ’92: Foundations for an Entrepreneurial Leap

Oliver Carr ’92   Position: CEO of Carr Properties, a private office REIT. Location: Washington, DC Most Important Career Accomplishment:  Starting Carr Capital (predecessor entity to Carr Properties) with two classmates from MIT/CRE

Submitting an Idea for a Thesis

One of the benefits of being a CRE Partner is the opportunity to participate in the student thesis process. Every January, we contact our Partners to solicit potential thesis topic(s) of

Ramiro Julia ’02 – Think Big, Keep It Simple

Ramiro Julia ’02   Position: Managing Partner, Taurus Investment Holdings, LLC Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina Most Important Career Accomplishment:  The next one!  I am thankful to be part of a start-up that

Patrick Kennedy ’85 – Attention to Detail

Patrick Kennedy ’85   Position: Owner, Panoramic Interests in San Francisco, CA. Most Important Career Accomplishment: Building from scratch a portfolio of apartment buildings in Berkeley, CA, then selling them

Alison Novak ’06: Understand the Value of Things

Alison Novak ’06 Position: Vice President & Director of Fund Investments, Hudson Companies, New York City, New York Most Important Career Accomplishment: Finding a career where I can honestly say

David Cohan

David Cohan ’92 – Many Styles, Many Right Answers

David Cohan ’92 Position: Managing Director, PeaksCo LLC Home: Peaks Island, Maine Most important career accomplishment: “Facilitating access to capital for projects in low-income communities nationwide.” Advice to clients: “I

The Future of Global Investing. The Future of Cities.

Two of Several Sessions at CRE’s International Real Estate Forum In April, the MIT Center for Real Estate (CRE) and its alumni association – together with their media partners ,

Video: Revolution in the Workplace

Boston Properties Senior Vice President and Regional Manager, Bryan J. Koop, presented his analysis and vision of a Revolution in the Workplace to our MSRED graduate students. Bryan’s presentation, as

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