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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

New Boston Fund Thesis Award

Each year, the Alumni Association of the Center for Real Estate (AACRE) selects a current student to receive the New Boston Fund Outstanding Thesis Award. Thesis advisors nominate the submission

Center’s Beloved Founder Dies at 84

November 30, 2011 With sadness we announce the passing of Charles “Hank” Spaulding (’51), founder and first chairman of the MIT Center for Real Estate, who died on Thanksgiving Day,

Geltner Wins Graaskamp – Puts MIT on Top

Professor David Geltner won the prestigious James A. Graaskamp Award, making MIT the only academic program anywhere to have two recipients on the same faculty (Professor Bill Wheaton shared the

Wheaton in Fortune: Mortgage Write-Downs for Win-Win

In a recent Fortune / CNN article, MIT/CRE Professor Bill Wheaton and Harvard’s Kenneth Rogoff propose that the government should facilitate particular mortgage write-downs in exchange for claims on a

Tony Feng ’10 Wins Thesis Award for PPA Analysis Tool

MIT/CRE graduate Tony Feng has won the 2010 Thesis Award from the MIT Alumni Association for the Center for Real Estate (AACRE) sponsored by New Boston Fund. Entitled “Property-Level Performance

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