Building Boston 2030
What's next for Widett Circle? Panelists explore how development would affect existing businesses and address potential issues surrounding residential expansion and public transit. [Read More]
Learn more about our Building Boston 2030 series. These public forums encourage statewide dialogue on public policies and business considerations related to Boston development.Learn More
As a community resident, you can participate in the Urban Fellows Program, where you’ll learn the basic fundamentals of real estate development.Learn More
Our students have big ideas about Boston development. They've weighed in on the future of Downtown Crossing and designed interior themes for new micro-units.Learn More
Boston is at the center of some of the most celebrated real estate in America. From trophy properties like the John Hancock Building, to the purchase and redevelopment of the Prudential Center complex and the expansion of the Copley Mall, Boston is home to a wide range of real estate asset classes that create a natural laboratory for case studies.
Suffolk University, strategically located in Downtown Boston, is in close proximity to developers, city and state officials, construction management firms, architectural firms, and other professional collaborators in the development of case studies. Within just a few blocks from the University, several major real estate projects, including the redevelopment of the historical Filene’s Basement and reconstruction of condominiums, hotels, and theater buildings, are underway.
Suffolk’s location, combined with a cross section of talented faculty in business, liberal arts, and law, represent a robust teaching opportunity and fertile platform for the Center for Real Estate.
Students interested in the real estate industry can join the Future Investors in Real Estate (FIRE) Club. The student-run organization helps educate and create opportunities for its members.