On June 11, Fannie Mae and the Norman B. Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism at MIT convened faculty, industry leaders, and policy-makers to discuss disruptive technologies and innovative policy solutions. https://livestream.com/accounts/2261474/events/8235156/videos/176149310 http://lcau.mit.edu/conference/rebuilding-supply-affordable-housing
Nesterly is delighted to announce that we’ve been accepted into the 2017 Boston MassChallenge class! From the MassChallenge press release: “Selected by a community of more than 850 expert judges, this year’s competitive cohort represents the top 8% of applications from around the world, including 12 countries and 16 U.S. states.” As if that wasn’t […]
We have exciting news: we’ve been accepted into Blue Ridge Labs’ 2017 Catalyst cohort! Per their website, “Blue Ridge Labs is a place where technologists and communities work together to explore and build new solutions for New Yorkers. We provide space, funding, and resources to help launch and grow tech platforms that address economic inequality […]
National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. features Nesterly in the exhibition, entitled Making Room: Housing for a Changing America until January 6th, 2019. The exhibition examines the demographic and lifestyle shifts that are currently influencing the housing market, and the changing perceptions of home and residency that are part and parcel of them. The show includes […]
Our former professor and Harvard Economist, Albert Saiz, recently published a paper entitled Real Trends: The Future of Real Estate in the US. In it, he seeks to envision how economic and financial markets, as well as social influence will shape real estate in the coming decades. Nesterly is mentioned in Chapter 2! It’s a […]
On Monday, we were honored to deliver a presentation at the Morgan Library and Museum in NYC as part of the Municipal Arts Society’s Eighth Annual Summit Pushing the Limits.
Tonight we were invited to speak on a HUBweek panel entitled ‘Innovation, the New Foundation of Urban Living’. Founded by The Boston Globe, Harvard University, MIT, and Massachusetts General Hospital, HUBweek showcases, celebrates, and convenes the most inventive minds making an impact in Boston and around the world. The moderator was Tinchuck Ng, one of […]
Big news: not only did the Mayor mention us in his Chamber of Commerce speech last week, but we were also featured prominently in the press release that the City put out summarizing his key points. In addition, we release a joint press release in partnership with City’s Housing Innovation Lab specific to the intergenerational […]