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Michael Kazmierski (MSRED ‘08) moves the ball forward at Kaufman Investments

Commercial Observer | Mack Burke writes: “Last summer, Kazmierski, who was named one of Commercial Observer’s Rising Stars in 2018, took the helm of Kaufman Investments from its former head,

The Geography of Covid-19 Growth in the US: Counties and Metropolitan Areas

Authors: William C. WheatonDepartment of EconomicsMIT Center for Real Estate Anne Kinsella ThompsonMIT Center for Real Estate Abstract: It has been 70 days since the first case of Covid-19 was

Join Our Virtual Career Fair!

Friday April 17 from 1–5 p.m. EST Virtual career fairs: the new normal!  The MIT Center for Real Estate and Department of Urban Studies and Planning will host a virtual

Health-Centered Communities May Start to Resonate in Coronavirus Era

Millennials and baby boomers are colliding in terms of health and wellness, says Dennis Frenchman, Director of the MIT Center for Real Estate. Originally posted on GlobeSt.com Boston, MA—Health-centered communities,

Davis Companies Offers Building to House Homeless Amid Pandemic

Alumni Stephen Davis (MSRED ’14) of Davis Companies as seen on Channel 7 BOSTON (WHDH) – Boston will add hundreds of new beds for the homeless after a homeless person

Abe Menzin Named Principal At Samuels & Associates

Originally posted on bisnow.com There is a new partner at one of Boston’s leading development firms. Abe Menzin is now a principal at Samuels & Associates, the company announced Thursday

MIT DesignX Selects 2020 Cohort

Ten multi-disciplinary teams join MIT’s design entrepreneurship accelerator. Congratulations to MSRED 2020 students Natasha Sadikin and Manny Velazco for being accepted into the 2020 MIT DesignX cohort, the entrepreneurship accelerator

Coronavirus, Social Distancing and the secular trend towards a “Virtual Society”

William Wheaton, MIT, CBRE | March 2020 Before the onslaught of coronavirus, most developed economies were moving along a secular trend with an increasing share of “virtual” transactions and “virtual”

Alum Amanda Strong (’02) celebrated among 24 black executives in commercial real estate

Article Retrieved from Bisnow, “24 BLACK EXECUTIVES SHAPING COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE” — Not all great commercial real estate careers start in the hallways of a brokerage firm or on a

Bill Wheaton presented the Economic Theory of Urban Form at USC

MIT | CRE Professor of Economics, Bill Wheaton, recently presented at a symposium at the University of Southern California (USC). The Symposium was held in honor of former USC professor,

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