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Retail Carbon Footprints: Measuring Impacts from Real Estate and Technology

The retail sector has seen more transformation than any other real estate asset class in recent history, due to advances in technology, innovations in the supply chain and ever-advancing changes

MIT/CRE Launches CRE Research Seminar Series

CRE launched the “CRE Research Seminar” for the Fall 2020 semester, and these events will continue through Spring 2021. The intent is to feature distinguished scholars in the real estate

MIT/CRE Working Paper Series Now on SSRN

The MIT Center for Real Estate is pleased to announce our new working paper series on SSRN. The series will be distributed over several issues each year, and will include the very

Prof. Siqi Zheng Clean Air Research Gains Recognition

The Sustainable Urbanization Lab’s research on the impacts of the pandemic on air pollution “Clean Air as an Experience Good” (joint work by Siqi Zheng, Matthew Kahn and Weizheng Sun)

Distributing Density: Middle-Scale Housing for Sustainable Communities

The organizers of the Boston Housing Innovation Workshop, co-hosted this summer by the Real Estate Innovation Lab, the Boston Society of Architects, the City of Boston’s Housing Innovation Lab, and

The Evolution of the Warehouse: Trends in Technology, Design, Development and Delivery

Originally published on NAIOP.org | Oct. 20, 2020 –The built environment is experiencing an unparalleled automated revolution across all commercial real estate asset classes, according to “The Evolution of the

Recap: CRE Summer Seminar Series

For the summer of 2020, the MIT Center for Real Estate and its research labs hosted a series of virtual academic seminars, featuring the latest working papers from senior researchers. Over

MIT/CRE Virtual Seminar Series Summer 2020

This summer the MIT Center for Real Estate researchers will hold a Virtual Summer Seminar Series. There will be three seminars, each hosted by one of our research labs here

New Paper: The Impact of Housing Conditions on Health Outcomes

“Stay Home, Stay Healthy”? That Depends on the Home…The new paper “The Impact of Housing Conditions on Health Outcomes” by Juan Palacios Temprano (MIT_SUL), together with Nils Kok, Piet Eichholtz

Prof. Siqi Zheng Awarded COVID-19 Research Grant

Siqi Zheng, Samuel Tak Lee Professor of Real Estate Development and Entrepreneurship for DUSP and the Center for Real Estate is one of six faculty from MIT awarded research funding

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