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MIT center moves into its new digs.
Architects for the space were Mimi Love, Chris Genter (SMArchS ’98) and Silvia Illia-Sheldahl of Utile, Inc., of Boston; fundraising efforts were spearheaded by former Managing Director Marion Cunningham and Center Chairman Tony Ciochetti; design and construction was overseen by MSRED Lecturer Peter Roth (MArch/MSRED’85).
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Architects for the space were Mimi Love, Chris Genter (SMArchS ’98) and Silvia Illia-Sheldahl of Utile, Inc., of Boston; fundraising efforts were spearheaded by former Managing Director Marion Cunningham and Center Chairman Tony Ciochetti; design and construction was overseen by MSRED Lecturer Peter Roth (MArch/MSRED’85).
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With the help of its generous alumni, the MIT Center for Real Estate and the Master of Science in Real Estate Program (MSRED) settled into their new location this spring overlooking Massachusetts Avenue in the heart of the School of Architecture + Planning.

The new center includes a 1,200-square-foot state-of-the-art lecture hall, three meeting rooms, a conference room, a spacious reception area, seven offices and a 500-square-foot student lounge with lunch facilities and lockers that offers an outlook on Massachusetts Avenue with a glimpse of the river and Boston beyond. It also features an Appreciation Wall displaying the names of alumni donors who helped to bring the plan to fruition, supported by the Class of 2009 in memory of their classmate Ricardo Solorzano.

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