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NAI Norwood Group Brokers Successful 5-Property Self-Storage Transaction - Largest in NH
The NAI Norwood Group announced today the successful completion of a Granite Clover Self-Storage 5-property sale to National Storage Affiliates Trust (“NSA”) (NYSE: NSA). The assets were acquired by N
OSRAM Sylvania Building Sells in Manchester NH
Manchester NH – NAI Norwood Group is pleased to announce the sale of 655 South Willow Street in Manchester NH. Karl Norwood and John Hoben of NAI Norwood Group represented German based OSRAM Sylvania
FORMER FAIRPOINT BUILDING IN MERRIMACK SOLD
Merrimack NH – NAI Norwood Group is pleased to announce the sale of 237 Daniel Webster Highway in Merrimack, NH. Norton Asset Management represented the seller, C&I Investment Associates. Aron Brown,


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Tower to house all its affordable units on-site
Midwood Investment & Development plans to house all of its city-required affordable housing units onsite at its proposed 59-story One Bromfield mixed-use tower in Boston’s Downtown Crossing.“There’s 54 of those units, so it’s a very significant number,” chief operating officer Mehul Patel said.

Spacious Colonial fit for raising a family
The white, century-old Colonial at 32 Hillcrest St. in West Roxbury mixes old-fashioned design with modern conveniences in a family home priced at just over a half million dollars.Built in 1910, the home has an addition that was put on the rear about two decades ago that adds a large, wood-floor liv

Data and Graphics Specialist - Massachusetts Port Authority - East Boston, MA
Conducts research to support commercial real estate initiatives. Conducts research to support Massport's real estate development portfolio including but not... From Massachusetts Port Authority - 30 Apr 2016 00:17:58 GMT - View all East Boston jobs

Housing Construction Booming in Boston
More and more cranes are visible in Boston’s skyline, representing the increasing amount of new housing construction throughout the city. Only three months into 2016 and 565 new housing units have already been permitted according to the City of Boston quarterly housing report. Currently there are 8,

Associate Investment Analyst - Sun Life Financial - Wellesley, MA
The Mortgage Investments team invests approximately $650 million annually in commercial mortgages. A combination of professional real estate/mortgage duties and... From Sun Life Financial - 29 Apr 2016 21:23:14 GMT - View all Wellesley jobs

Emerging Urban Districts in Washington and Boston
Everyone’s talking about “what’s next” in terms of emerging urban neighborhoods, where property values can surge very rapidly. But why do some districts emerge seemingly out of nowhere? How can developers and investors find the next one? The post Emerging Urban Districts in Washington and Boston app

Emerging Urban Districts in Washington and Boston
Everyone’s talking about “what’s next” in terms of emerging urban neighborhoods, where property values can surge very rapidly. But why do some districts emerge seemingly out of nowhere? How can developers and investors find the next one? The post Emerging Urban Districts in Washington and Boston app

Night Crew General Labor - Cummings Properties - Beverly, MA
Visit CummingsProperties.com and CummingsFoundation.org to learn more about our respected commercial real estate organization and its philanthropic mission.... From Indeed - 29 Apr 2016 18:33:43 GMT - View all Beverly jobs

Licensed Electrician - Cummings Properties - Beverly, MA
Visit CummingsProperties.com and CummingsFoundation.org to learn more about our respected commercial real estate organization and its philanthropic mission.... From Indeed - 29 Apr 2016 18:32:02 GMT - View all Beverly jobs

Licensed Plumber - Cummings Properties - Beverly, MA
Visit CummingsProperties.com and CummingsFoundation.org to learn more about our respected commercial real estate organization and its philanthropic mission.... From Indeed - 29 Apr 2016 18:29:19 GMT - View all Beverly jobs

Sales Manager, Real Estate at Zagster (Cambridge, MA)
Irvine Company, DivcoWest, AvalonBay, Kayne Anderson, CBRE, JLL, Hines, and Equity Office. You will be a big part of a growing team that delivers every quarter, you will make a difference in the world’s transportation, sustainability,...

Tuesday, May 3: Happenin' Hoods
We're heading to Somerville, Dorchester, Beverly, and Hudson to see what's happening.'Methadone Mile': 5 Investigates looks inside a hub of Boston's drug crisis Plus, nightlife on Beverly's Cabot Street is heating up. The renovated Cabot Theater attracts big-name performers, Monserrat art

Back Bay Open Houses This Weekend for $1.8M-Plus
Because it's free to look Back Bay is very much the nexus of new and old in Boston, evident in the neighborhood's both high-end and classic design. This weekend’s open house features modestly priced homes ... for Back Bay. In this seven-figure price range, expect to find designer finishes, private g

ASSISTANT PROPERTY MANAGER | The Corcoran Management Company
US - MA - Billerica, Must submit to and pass a Substance Abuse Screening as explained in the Corcoran Management Company’s Substance Abuse Prevention/Detection Policy. Must pass Corcoran Management Company’

General Landscape & CDL Class B Driver - Cummings Properties - Woburn, MA
Visit CummingsProperties.com and CummingsFoundation.org to learn more about our respected commercial real estate organization and its philanthropic mission.... From Indeed - 29 Apr 2016 14:16:38 GMT - View all Woburn jobs

Experienced Carpenter - Cummings Properties - Woburn, MA
Visit CummingsProperties.com and CummingsFoundation.org to learn more about our respected commercial real estate organization and its philanthropic mission.... From Indeed - 29 Apr 2016 14:08:25 GMT - View all Woburn jobs

Custodian Worker - Cummings Properties - Woburn, MA
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Experienced Roofer - Cummings Properties - Woburn, MA
Visit CummingsProperties.com and CummingsFoundation.org to learn more about our respected commercial real estate organization and its philanthropic mission.... From Indeed - 29 Apr 2016 14:03:03 GMT - View all Woburn jobs

Experienced Roofer - Cummings Properties - Woburn, MA
Visit CummingsProperties.com and CummingsFoundation.org to learn more about our respected commercial real estate organization and its philanthropic mission.... From Indeed - 29 Apr 2016 14:03:03 GMT - View all Woburn jobs

Experienced Roofer - Cummings Properties - Woburn, MA
Visit CummingsProperties.com and CummingsFoundation.org to learn more about our respected commercial real estate organization and its philanthropic mission.... From Indeed - 29 Apr 2016 14:03:03 GMT - View all Woburn jobs

Old Navy Brings Millennium Boston’s Retail to Capacity
A 29,000-square-foot deal inked by Old Navy has successfully brought the 335,000-square-foot retail component of Millennium Tower Boston to capacity. Located at 1 Franklin St., Millennium Tower Boston is a 442-unit high-end condominium project that is still under construction. According to Millenniu

Cronin of Colliers International brokers sale of 39-acre former 4H property – Public record indicates property was sold for $3.15 million
Ashland, MA The Boston office of Colliers International has brokered the sale of the 39-acre former 4H property at 466 Chestnut St. at Eliot St. Colliers senior vice president Bob Cronin represented both the seller, Cloverland Properties of Sudbury, Mass., and the buyer, The Green Companies of Newto

Important and urgent
By William C. Shelton (The opinions and views expressed in the commentaries and letters to the Editor of The Somerville Times belong solely to the authors and do not reflect the views or opinions of The Somerville Times, its staff or publishers) It’s difficult to comprehend the speed and extent to w

Mass Ave project could help revival of corridor cut off by interstates
A redevelopment of the prized IPS property along College and Massachusetts avenues would add more housing and retail options along the bustling corridor and push activity farther east.Mass Ave project could help revival of corridor cut off by interstates Commercial Real Estate / Residential

Why use a commercial mortgage broker? To help maximize your loan dollars – by Sidney Spiegel
With the range of lending sources available today to the real estate developer and owner, the question is always asked, why use the services of a commercial mortgage broker? The answer is there is a myriad of financing sources available as well as program options, and it really requires the services

Sharing traction in the markets with differentiation – by David Kirk
The moderate positive trends in jobs, income and inflation continue to favor economic fundamentals impacting commercial real estate performance and investment. Velocity, volume, absorption, pricing and occupancy are broadly consistent with positive macroeconomic trends. However, competition has shar

Interpreting federal and state housing and subsidy discrimination law – by Janet Steckel Lundberg
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) recently issued a decision of national importance rejecting a housing and subsidy discrimination lawsuit brought by tenants against the owners of their apartment complex – – Burbank Apartments Tenant Association v. Kargman, No. SJC-11872 (April 13, 2016

Spring forward! It is the mixing of old and new that has made Boston attractive to residents and newcomers – by David O’Sullivan
Spring forward! What do you think about spring? It has been a mild winter and the construction activity never seemed to slow down so the transition to spring is not a huge change this year. The main focus in the news is the presidential primaries and the strange happens on that front but in the real

Five reasons to exchange… – by Patricia Flowers
Have you been feeling it? We have! Commercial real estate transactions have been up considerably in the last few years and a large percentage of those have been 1031 Exchanges. As the largest Intermediary in the country, investment owners and advisors depend on us to help them realize the benefits o

Multi-family…How much further, how much faster? – by William Pastuszek
Multi-family real estate – MFRE for the purposes of this article – has been and still is a nice place to be if you are to be in real estate. With the surge in housing in most markets, landlords are happy with full buildings and tenants paying whatever the asking rent is. This scenario plays...Read M

The first quarter has been robust this year – by Bill Norton
April brings Q-2-16. We have found the first quarter to be robust this year. Lots of activity, both in brokerage and advisory services. But while activity is good, it does not always translate to a sale or a lease.  Yet, more activity is always better than less activity in the commercial real estate

Contrary to popular belief… – by Christopher Mellen
I guess I’m a bit of a contrarian when it comes to questions of the economy and the long-range outlook. That tendency comes out as a result of my more than three decades in the property management profession. In short, contrary to popular belief, upturns or down, smart property managers can always r

Bloom of Sherin and Lodgen to receive Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts’ Lifetime Achievement Award
Boston, MA According to Boston law firm Sherin and Lodgen LLP, Edward Bloom, a partner in the firm’s real estate department, will receive the Richard B. Johnson Award at the Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts (REBA) Spring Conference on May 2. Established in 1977, the award was created to

NAI Hunneman hires Blount as assistant vice president
Boston, MA According to NAI Hunneman, Markell Blount has joined the company’s leasing and advisory service team as an assistant vice president focusing on landlord and tenant representation in the Cambridge & Life Science submarkets. “Markell brings tremendous energy, enthusiasm, organization, e

O’Brien of Greater Boston Commercial Properties handles $1.685 million building sale
Canton, MA Bret O’Brien, president of Greater Boston Commercial Properties (GBCP) represented Orchard Hill Office Park, LLC in the investment sale of a 20,100 s/f office building at 354 Turnpike Rd. to Kolbe Westoriens, LLC. The sale price of $1.685 million, or $84 per s/f, represented a capitalizat

Aho of O’Brien Commercial Properties handles $830,000 sale
Hudson, MA Joel Aho of O’Brien Commercial Properties, Inc. represented Security Property Management LLC in the sale of the property at 59 Apsley St. to Rykbost LLP for $830,000. The 27,758 s/f building was purchased for investment with the new owner looking to lease the property to multiple tenants.

Pergola and Doherty of CBRE/New England represent Broder in $33 million sale of 15 Broad Street
Boston, MA CBRE/New England’s Capital Markets team completed the sale of 15 Broad St., a distinctive 10-story, 73,500 s/f “jewel box” building located in downtown, for $33 million. CBRE/NE’s Dave Pergola and Brian Doherty represented the seller, Broder, and procured the buyer, Brookfield Property Pa

Class-B malls? Maybe it’s time… – by Carol Todreas
Is it the rise of many new retailers, the optimism around innovation and entrepreneurship, the large numbers of shopping age millennials or just the relatively stable economy that is the reason that malls are, with caution, somewhat “back.” We hear mostly about redone class-A malls that cater to the

Abbot restores brick façade of historic Jamaica Plain building at 82 Green Street
Jamaica Plain, MA Abbot recently restored the façade of a historic three-story building at 82 Green St. The building formerly served as a public elementary school until the city of Boston determined that it was no longer needed in their educational system. The city decided to create a reuse for the

Condominiums and air rights – by Saul Feldman
In this article, I want to show that the condominium form of ownership can optimize the use of a parking lot adjacent to and owned by a religious institution.  This is just one example of a creative use of condominiums and air rights. The entire site would become a condominium.  The buildings on the

W. L. French and Rampco Construction open the Dudley Reclamation Site located at 123 Oxford Ave.
Dudley, MA W. L. French, in partnership with Rampco Construction, has opened the Dudley Reclamation Site located on 123 Oxford Ave. This site has over 4 million tons of airspace and is the only site in the state of Massachusetts with an Administrative Consent Order (ACO) from MassDEP to accept both

Upscale condos shine in Dorchester
A new condo project in Dorchester’s Clam Point neighborhood is offering luxury finishes for two-bedroom units starting at $599,000 that include private balconies and garage parking.The six units at 6 Ashland St. are in the village-style neighborhood tucked between Dorchester Bay and Fields Corner, k

HVAC Technician at Jones Lang LaSalle (Cambridge, MA)
disposal of hazardous materials. Completes all assigned JLL and Client required training and complies to the established training standards at all times. Has prior safety training such as NFPA 70e and OSHA10. Finance Recommends and...

CoStar's People of Note (Apr. 29)
It's time to update those contact managers with CoStar's People of Note, reporting news on significant new CRE hires and promotions. This week's issue includes the following markets: Washington DC, New York City, Dallas / Ft. Worth, Northern New Jersey, South Florida, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, D

Despite protests, Littleton selectmen sign agreement to allow development at Couper Farm
LITTLETON -- Couper Farm will be developed under a Host Community Agreement that gifts the town 22 acres of open space, despite two hours of protest from residents Monday night who begged selectmen for more time to review the proposal.By Melissa Hanson, mhanson@lowellsun.com Updated: Sun staff pho

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