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On Sunday, November 29, the New York Times editorial board wrote of homeownership, the rental market, and the nation's economy. Central to their weighing of the economic benefits of homeownership versus renting is the Joint Center for Housing Studies' 2013 paper "Is Homeownership Still an Effective Means of Building Wealth for Low-income and Minority Households? (Was it Ever?)".

 

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The Rockefeller Foundation initiative 100 Resilient Cities announced yesterday that Santiago, Chile, has just made the cut. Out of 330 applications, Santiago—nominated and submitted by a team of Harvard University Graduate School of Design students and alumni—was selected as a site to "become more resilient to the physical, social and economic challenges that are a growing part of the 21st century."

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On October 16, 2014, at the second annual Harvard Real Estate Conference “Disruptive Innovation in Real Estate,” seven global real estate industry leaders demonstrated that disruptive innovation in real estate development, building typologies, and finance has been critical to the growth of the real estate industry.

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This week, "Salvaged Stadium" by Yaohua Wang (MArch II '14), the winner of the James Templeton Kelley Prize, the annual award for the best final design project, was featured on ArchDaily

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