Research Lab News
Examining China’s New Cities from Four Angles: Economics, Financing, Design, and Technology THE workshop on May 17th, sponsored by the MIT China Future City Lab’s (CFC), examined the new cities
Daniel Fink, SMArchs ’17 and Wide Data Experiment Lead for MITs Real Estate Innovation Lab, has his thesis work on display at the Boston Society of Architects exhibition space. The exhibit
Prof. Siqi Zheng’s China Future City Lab held two Mini Urban Economics and Policy Workshops on 30th April and 7th May. The two workshops were attended by more than 30 scholars and
“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.
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
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
“Social media gives a real-time measure of people’s happiness levels and also provides a huge amount of data, across a lot of different cities,” – Siqi Zheng MIT Center
Read the National Real Estate Investor article about the MIT Real Estate Innovation Lab research on the future of the built environment and how design and technology will affect the
MIT REI Lab Lead Researcher, Daniel Fink, has published his Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship, “Complex Urbanities: Digital Techniques in Urban Design”, courtesy Australia’s NSW Architects Registration Board.
Change is constant in real estate, but it is not commonly explored through the lens of technological progress and innovation. The Real Estate Innovation Lab hosted Fannie Mae in an Interactive