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 in the Center, with each seminar focusing on a unique theme impacting the current built environment. The themes range from Covid-19’s impact on cities to its dynamic shift in changing commercial property prices, and to even how we can advance in Covid-19’s aftermath through sustainable growth and development in our cities. We have developed these seminar themes with the intent of engaging our community for insights in these challenging times.
The seminars’ details are as follows:
- Covid-19 & Cities: Covid-19’s Impact on our Wellbeing in Cities, presented by the Sustainable Urbanization Lab on July 31st, 2020, starting at 9am EST.
- Real or Surreal: Covid-19’s Impact on Commercial Property Prices, presented by the Price Dynamics Platform on August 13th, 2020, starting at 9am EST.
- Sustainability in the Built Environment: Paths Towards Healthy Growth in our Urban Environment, presented by the MIT Real Estate Innovation Lab on August 27th, 2020, starting at 9am EST.
More detailed programs on papers and authors are attached. We welcome you to join us for these three events. The Center for Real Estate researchers and faculty will be pre-registered, but we welcome our research colleagues and partners to join us in these three virtual events. Please save the dates, and to register please head to the button below and fill out this simple form. Prior to the event, we will send you Zoom information and passwords.