Workshops + Competitions

Panels + "Fireside" chats

 
 
 
 
Participants last year had the chance to tour the federally-owned Volpe site, for which a real-life RFP was being pursued by developers such as Related Companies, Boston Properties, and others.

Participants last year had the chance to tour the federally-owned Volpe site, for which a real-life RFP was being pursued by developers such as Related Companies, Boston Properties, and others.

Development Workshop (saturday)

The Development Workshop is a one-day program in which students and young professionals will be placed in interdisciplinary teams and led by a coach to pitch a development proposal to a panel of judges.

 
Top finalists presented in front of the full audience and main judging panel at the Real Estate Weekend.

Top finalists presented in front of the full audience and main judging panel at the Real Estate Weekend.

Venture Competition(saturday)

“Real Estate Venture Competition” (REVC) challenges participants to rethink the possibilities within the real estate and built environment space and will spotlight top real estate start-ups across the globe with the potential to materially impact the industry through innovative business strategy and creative execution. Teams will compete in a one-day pitch competition judged by leaders from the worlds of real estate and investing. 

 
Panels and Keynote speakers that brought together the real estate industry’s most prominent decision makers for a critical examination of the forces that are shaping the sector 

Panels and Keynote speakers that brought together the real estate industry’s most prominent decision makers for a critical examination of the forces that are shaping the sector 

Panels & "Fireside" Chats

Panels and "Fireside" Chats will bring together the real estate industry's most prominent decision makers for an insightful discussion of the forces that are shaping the sector at this time for the economy and business environment. Panel topics include but not limited to investment, hospitality, development, and adaptive reuse.