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Boston Multifamily Inventory Spikes, And It May Only Get Worse
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Boston Multifamily Inventory Spikes, And It May Only Get Worse

Multifamily rental inventory has tripled in some places in Boston, a sign that many renters have left their homes over the first two months of the...

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Skanska Director Of Innovation For Commercial Development Daniel Ramirez
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Skanska Director Of Innovation For Commercial Development Daniel Ramirez

This series aims to capture a moment in time, talking to men and women in commercial real estate about how their lives and businesses are being...

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Boston Construction Struggles To Adapt To Social Distancing — And How To Pay For It
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Boston Construction Struggles To Adapt To Social Distancing — And How To Pay For It

Boston Construction Struggles To Adapt To Social Distancing - And How To Pay For It As the construction industry in Boston is poised to reopen...

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'We'll Come Back From This'
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'We'll Come Back From This'

Boston CRE Doyen Ron Druker: "What keeps you up at night?" a Bisnow webinar audience member asked Ron Druker, Boston commercial real estate...

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The Recession Will Hurt, But Boston's Multifamily Market Is Poised For A Quick Recovery
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The Recession Will Hurt, But Boston's Multifamily Market Is Poised For A Quick Recovery

The initial shock of the coronavirus pandemic might be past, but that doesn't mean landlords, tenants, developers or prospective renters and buyers...

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Construction Chugs Along In Boston Suburbs As City Center Waits
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Construction Chugs Along In Boston Suburbs As City Center Waits

Back in March, Boston made headlines as the first major American city to shut down construction. But just a few miles outside the city center in...

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Boston Begins Phased Return To Construction
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Boston Begins Phased Return To Construction

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced plans this week to implement a three-tiered construction restart that will align Boston's essential construction...

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Boston Contractors, Unions Cautiously Prepare For Construction's Return
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Boston Contractors, Unions Cautiously Prepare For Construction's Return

Construction companies that operate in Boston are preparing to restart their operations that have been idled since the coronavirus pandemic struck...

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Lee & Associates Launches Boston Office, Absorbing Local Brokerage
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Lee & Associates Launches Boston Office, Absorbing Local Brokerage

Landmark Real Estate Advisors has become the Boston office of Lee & Associates, the largest broker-owned commercial real estate firm in North...

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Tenants Returning To Boston Offices Will Find A Strange New World
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Tenants Returning To Boston Offices Will Find A Strange New World

Most Boston commercial space is now empty, but the time is approaching when many or most workers return, perhaps in shifts or only a few days a...

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TOWN HALL WITH PHILLY CITY COUNCILWOMAN MARIA QUINONES-SANCHEZ
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TOWN HALL WITH PHILLY CITY COUNCILWOMAN MARIA QUINONES-SANCHEZ

This pandemic treats everyone equally, but that doesn't mean its impacts are equal on everyone. Even once the period of social distancing is over,...

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Coronavirus Research And Development Driving Even More Demand For Boston Lab Space
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Coronavirus Research And Development Driving Even More Demand For Boston Lab Space

Massachusetts life sciences firms are on the hunt for additional laboratory space in the Boston area to accommodate their research into potential...

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Boston Commercial Real Estate Top Stories
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Boston Commercial Real Estate Top Stories

Why Is It Called 'National Landing'? The Skinny On The D. C. Area's Newest Super-Neighborhood Boston Commercial Real Estate Top Stories

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Vermont College Campus Hits The Market
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Vermont College Campus Hits The Market

Southeastern Vermont's Marlboro College, which is slated to merge with Emerson College in the fall, is selling its 530-acre, 58-building campus....

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Odds Favor A Diverse Economy Like Boston's In The Painful Recovery
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Odds Favor A Diverse Economy Like Boston's In The Painful Recovery

The future of Boston commercial real estate is facing a barrage of hard questions. A recession is here, but how deep will it be and for how long?...

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Boston GC Taps Former Webcor Exec To Lead West
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Boston GC Taps Former Webcor Exec To Lead West

Suffolk has brought on longtime Webcor executive Tony Rango as president of its West Region operations, the Boston-based company said Friday. Most...

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Novaya Sells Concord Office Building For $75M
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Novaya Sells Concord Office Building For $75M

Taurus Investment Holdings paid $74.5M for a 410K SF office building in Concord. Boston-based Taurus bought the property at 300 Baker Ave. from...

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Boston Landlords Leery Of State Coronavirus Eviction, Mortgage Moratorium
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Boston Landlords Leery Of State Coronavirus Eviction, Mortgage Moratorium

To protect individuals and small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic, Massachusetts is poised to enact a moratorium on most eviction...

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Patriarch Of Callahan Construction Companies Dies At 90
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Patriarch Of Callahan Construction Companies Dies At 90

John Callahan Jr., the founder and patriarch of construction firm John T. Callahan & Sons, died March 29 from complications of Alzheimer's disease,...

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The Pandemic Added Gasoline To Boston's Already-Blazing Affordable Housing Crisis
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The Pandemic Added Gasoline To Boston's Already-Blazing Affordable Housing Crisis

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on affordable housing in Boston is uncertain, but it is clear that going into the massive public health...

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MAA-Led Venture Buys 55-Unit Back Bay Apartment Building
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MAA-Led Venture Buys 55-Unit Back Bay Apartment Building

A joint venture of Multifamily Acquisition Advisors and Serone Asset Management has bought a Back Bay apartment building for $24M, closing on the...

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Massachusetts Builders Union Asks Baker To Halt Nonessential Construction
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Massachusetts Builders Union Asks Baker To Halt Nonessential Construction

A labor union representing 75,000 construction workers across Massachusetts is calling on Gov. Charlie Baker to suspend regular building activity...

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Building Solutions During a Global Health Crisis
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Building Solutions During a Global Health Crisis

How landlords and tenants interact over the coming months will play a huge part in determining the fate of hundreds of thousands of jobs and huge...

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Utah-Based REIT Buys Boston-Area Apartment Complex For $104M
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Utah-Based REIT Buys Boston-Area Apartment Complex For $104M

A Salt Lake City-based real estate investment trust has acquired a nearly 304K SF Norwood apartment complex for $103.6M. KJ Boston Venture LLC, a...

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Starwood REIT Buys 911K SF Downtown Boston Tower For $614M
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Starwood REIT Buys 911K SF Downtown Boston Tower For $614M

A Starwood Capital Group-managed real estate income trust has laid down $614.3M to add a 38-story downtown Boston tower to its portfolio. Starwood...

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16 Questions With CBT Principal And Director Of Urban Design Kishore Varanasi
News 2 months ago
16 Questions With CBT Principal And Director Of Urban Design Kishore Varanasi

This series profiles men and women in commercial real estate who have profoundly transformed our neighborhoods and reshaped our cities, businesses...

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Coronavirus Pandemic Is Time For CRE To 'Exercise Humanity'
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Coronavirus Pandemic Is Time For CRE To 'Exercise Humanity'

Suburban Boston Developers: As construction halts in some of Greater Boston's largest communities and many businesses shut down to halt the...

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Cambridge Issues Ban On Construction Over Coronavirus Fears
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Cambridge Issues Ban On Construction Over Coronavirus Fears

Construction sites on both sides of the Charles River Basin will now go dark to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Cambridge officials Wednesday...

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Boston Mayor Orders Construction Work To Wind Down Over Coronavirus Fears
News 2 months ago
Boston Mayor Orders Construction Work To Wind Down Over Coronavirus Fears

The many construction cranes on the Boston skyline are about to screech to a halt in the name of curbing the spread of the coronavirus, by mayoral...

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Boston Commercial Real Estate News
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Boston Commercial Real Estate News

Why Is It Called 'National Landing'? The Skinny On The D. C. Area's Newest Super-Neighborhood Boston Commercial Real Estate News

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