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.
“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.
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
MIT Create and Conservatorio ran a two-week action-based workshop with MSRED/SA+P Candidates, a SPURS fellow, and an alum for IAP to develop a new commercial asset for micro and small
Bill Wheaton | February 2019 There is no end to questions and debate about the movement of sales from traditional stores over to the Internet. The internet seems to offer
The Real Estate Innovation Lab has published the Idea Report chronicling the last two years of the Housing Innovation Workshop, produced in conjunction with the City of Boston’s Housing Innovation
February 2019 IAP is over and spring classes begin this week. At the Center, faculty and staff have been working to create a bundle of new elective courses for MSRED,
Bill Wheaton | January 2019 The recent Amazon-Whole Foods merger causes me to revisit a long-standing question. In the US, the Food-grocery sector has completely resisted penetration by the internet.
ASSA Meeting January 4–6, 2019 The 2019 John M. Quigley Medal for Advancing Real Estate and Urban Economics was awarded to CRE professor Bill Wheaton. The medal recognizes the many dimensions
Allied Social Sciences Associations (ASSA) Annual Meeting 2019 Hosted By: American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association Chair: Tien Foo Sing, National University of Singapore In early January, a group of researchers from the