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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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Condo to die another day for
If James Bond were looking for a home in Southie, this condo at 540 East Broadway might be just the place for him.Atop an unassuming brick building that could be mistaken for a boutique hotel, the nearly $2 million duplex condo at unit No. 6B feels like it’s one part slick penthouse and one part com

Detailed plans filed for Harrison Ave. site
The development team of Burlington’s Nordblom Co. and Philadelphia’s Rubenstein Partners this week filed more detailed plans and renderings with the Boston Redevelopment Authority for their proposed approximately 230,000-square-foot office building on top of the existing parking garage at 321 Harris

Eastie public housing to become private
Trinity Financial’s move to privately redevelop the tired, 1950s-era Orient Heights public housing project in East Boston came into focus this week with a detailed city filing depicting the proposed overhaul that would convert it to a mixed-income development.The Hub developer’s $150 million-plus pr

Demoulas cousins back in court in Market Basket feud
Two cousins, whose feud over their family's New England supermarket chain prompted an employee walkout and a customer boycott, are fighting in court again.Slain police officer remembered for his dedication, generosity A Large Text Two cousins, whose feud ov

Demoulas cousins back in court in Market Basket feud
Two cousins, whose feud over their family's New England supermarket chain prompted an employee walkout and a customer boycott, are fighting in court again.Demoulas cousins back in court in Market Basket feud Protesting Market Basket employees walked off job in 2014

Boston Flower Exchange Conversion: Two Big, Unanswered Questions
New owner imagines a tech campus to compete with Kendall This week brought the news that the Abbey Group, the developer that bought the Boston Flower Exchange off Albany Street in South End, plans to turn the 5.6-acre expanse into some sort of Kendall Square competitor, a ginormous techie campus for

Former Tarbell School to become condos
By Chris Lisinski clisinski@nashobavalleyvoice.com GROTON - Now that the town's sale of the defunct Tarbell School has been finalized, the property will undergo "a lot of work" to be converted into three condominium units, according to the new owner.GROTON - Now that the town's sale of the defunct T

30 CRE Influencers to Follow on Twitter
Social media is such a powerful way to build your personal brand and become a thought leader in your industry. These 30 CRE professionals are Twitter rockstars and have successfully used social media as an effective business tool.Social media is such a powerful way to build your personal brand and b

CoStar's People of Note (May 27)
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: Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Phoenix / Tucson, Charlotte, New York City, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Austin, Philadelph

Another Look at Proposal for 33-61 Temple Street
By Dan Murphy Neighbors got another look at the latest plans for what will be the largest residential redevelopment project in Beacon Hill’s history on Monday, May 16, at the second public meeting sponsored by the Boston Redevelopment Authority. Dedham-based JDMD Owner, LLC intends to transform the

Leslie Adam Joins Hammond Residential Back Bay/Beacon Hill Office
Melissa Dunn, manager of Hammond Residential Real Estate’s Back Bay/Beacon Hill office, is pleased to announce that Leslie Adam has affiliated with Hammond. In her new role, Adam looks forward to collaborating with buyer and seller clients from Hammond’s office location at 66 Beacon Street on the co

Why the commercial real estate market in New England shows no signs of slowing down – by Andrew Gnazzo and Michael Darling
The State of the Market Overall: Values Up, Interest Rates Remain Low In New England, as with many areas of the country, the commercial real estate market continues to forge ahead to reach new levels of growth and expansion, particularly in the multifamily area. Interest rates continue to be low, ma

Vermont’s economy continues to strengthen with commercial real estate market responding in kind – by Duncan Harris and Ross Montgomery
Growth in all markets, while not yet at historical averages, are up at least a point from a year ago, marking investor confidence in strengthening markets across the board. And while Class B suburban office continues its soft streak, demand for Class A office, industrial and Central Business Distric

Brockton 21st Century is the lead in the effort of marketing the city to find the right opportunities in Brockton – by Michael Gallerani
Brockton has taken major steps forward in its economic development planning and activity during the past several months, The Downtown Action Strategy, the result of a yearlong planning process, is the overarching plan for the Downtown Brockton corridor. Mayor Bill Carpenter and the Brockton City Cou

Demand is still there, activity has not decreased, but lack of inventory of all types is a real concern – by Mike Giuttari
After coming off an excellent, and in some ways, record-setting year in 2015, 2016 will have a lot to live up to, but as in the past few years, we will have to work very hard to find suitable locations for our clients. One of our chief concerns, which has been a concern for years,...Read More The po

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

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

Municipal auctions are a unique opportunity for municipalities and investors alike – by Marianne Sullivan
As changes in the real estate market continue, so changes the auction market. At Sullivan & Sullivan Auctioneers, LLC (SSA) our response to a shifting market begins with personalized service. Our relevance in the industry relies on our adaptability. To remain relevant we continue to diversify. O

Tech complex eyed for Flower Exchange site
The Abbey Group has emerged as the prospective buyer of the Boston Flower Exchange, with plans to build a “dynamic” commercial office building complex targeting new technology businesses that otherwise would seek space in Cambridge’s Kendall Square.The Boston developer has an agreement to buy the 5.

IPS board approves Hendricks' $260M bid to redevelop Mass Ave site
The board followed an outside committee's recommendation to accept Hendricks' proposal to redevelop the land at College and Massachusetts avenues. The vote was not without debate, however.Commercial Real Estate / Apartments / IPS / Residential Real Estate / Mixed-Use / Retail Dev

Retail group balks at ban on single-use plastic bags
By Andy Metzger State House News Service BOSTON -- A ban on single-use plastic bags from large stores and chains around the state, approved by the Massachusetts Senate on Wednesday, will feed the anger of store owners upset with recentBOSTON -- A ban on single-use plastic bags from large stores and

City is offering small-scale builders help with affordable housing efforts
Jennifer Smith, Reporter Staff It is an all-too common pattern in the world of real estate: Small, occupied properties enter the market and are immediately snapped up by owners or investors. The investors empty the properties by evicting tenants, renovating the buildings, and raising rents.

New Jumbo and Reverse Products; Chase and Wells Roll Out Low Down Payment Programs
Posted To: Pipeline PressAccording to Reuters, the NY state financial regulator is gearing up to launch an investigation into the entire online lending industry . (The regulator has already been looking into LendingClub.) Never a good thing to hear your secretary say, "The NY Attorney General is hol

Stantec to Hold Investor Day on June 2
EDMONTON, ALBERTA and NEW YORK, NEW YORK--(Marketwired - May 26, 2016) - (TSX:STN)(NYSE:STN)EDMONTON, ALBERTA and NEW YORK, NEW YORK--(Marketwired - May 26, 2016) - (TSX:STN)(NYSE:STN) Stantec Inc. ("Stantec" or the "Company") will hold an Investor Day on Thursday, June 2, 2016, in Bosto

Colliers Brokerage Team Moves to Avison Young
Ron Perry and Larry Epstein, formerly president and senior vice president at Colliers International Boston, have been named principals of Avison Young, effective immediately. Also joining the Avison Young Boston office from Colliers are Jeff Gates and Mike McElaney as senior vice presidents, and Mat

BRA session set to update community on Indigo Block bid
A rendering of the proposed Indigo Block at 65 East Cottage Street. The site was formerly home to the Maxwell Box Company. Jennifer Smith, Reporter Staff Community members will have another chance to comment on the Indigo Block redevelopment project next Wednesday when th

Expert Provides Update on Boston’s Luxury and Emerging Markets
Debra Taylor, who launched LINK (the Urban MLS) approximately 25 years ago in Boston, invited a select group of real estate agents to the Millennium Tower sales office and revealed the latest information about Boston’s luxury condominium market and emerging neighborhoods. Many Boston brokerages adve

1800s shipwreck found under construction site in Boston
Boston's official architect believes the find is a sloop, at least 50 feet long,  was bringing supplies to Boston from the north when it ran aground in the late 19th century.. 1800s shipwreck found under construction site in Boston 2016-05-26T11:06:40Z 2016-05-26T14:01:29Z Construction on a

Developer moving on Flynn Marine Park project
Skanska USA Commercial Development is moving ahead with plans for an approximately 230,000-square-foot office building in the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park on the South Boston waterfront.Skanska’s project, which would include first-floor retail, is slated for an approximately 367,999-square-foot parc

Mayflower Brewery expands with new canning line
Last year, Mayflower Brewing decided it would change with the tides, purchasing a canning line and relegating only its IPA and specialty beers to bottles. The decision has the Plymouth-based brewer expanding into another 3,000-square-feet of warehouse space, while at the same time the brewery is add

Mayflower Brewery expands with new canning line
Last year, Mayflower Brewing decided it would change with the tides, purchasing a canning line and relegating only its IPA and specialty beers to bottles. The decision has the Plymouth-based brewer expanding into another 3,000-square-feet of warehouse space, while at the same time the brewery is add

New England Mayors Facing Cities’ Affordable Housing Shortage
Despite a regional economy that is faring better than that in much of the country, many of New England’s major cities are struggling to provide enough affordable housing for their middle-income workforce. The post New England Mayors Facing Cities’ Affordable Housing Shortage appeared first on Urban

New England Mayors Facing Cities’ Affordable Housing Shortage
Despite a regional economy that is faring better than that in much of the country, many of New England’s major cities are struggling to provide enough affordable housing for their middle-income workforce. The post New England Mayors Facing Cities’ Affordable Housing Shortage appeared first on Urban

Kronos expands Lowell HQ lease in year’s largest real-estate deal
Kronos Inc.’s planned headquarters move to Lowell has swelled to a 435,000-square-foot lease, which ranks among the largest office lease relocations in the region in the past decade and is by far the largest real-estate lease deal this year in Greater Boston. The workforce management software firm t

Kronos expands Lowell HQ lease in year’s largest real-estate deal
Kronos Inc.’s planned headquarters move to Lowell has swelled to a 435,000-square-foot lease, which ranks among the largest office lease relocations in the region in the past decade and is by far the largest real-estate lease deal this year in Greater Boston. The workforce management software firm t

Lowell city councilors: Nonprofits should be paying more
LOWELL -- City councilors and the city manager are pledging to work harder to compel Lowell's biggest nonprofits -- namely, Lowell General Hospital and UMass Lowell -- to make voluntary property-tax payments.By Grant Welker, gwelker@lowellsun.com Updated: 05/25/2016 12:29:20 PM EDT

NorthMarq Arranges $2.4M in Refinancing for Office Property in Massachusetts
NORWELL, MASS. — NorthMarq Capital has arranged $2.4 million in refinancing for Longwater Circle, an office property located in Norwell. The commercial mortgage transaction features a long-term fixed rate for more than 10 years with a 30-year amortization and a flexible prepayment schedule. Michael

Newbury Street Closed to Cars for One Day
During a Twitter chat with the mayor last week many Boston residents suggested the idea of closing some of the cities’ most popular streets to cars for select days and opening them to pedestrians. City officials have now confirmed that this idea has already begun taking shape for months and Newbury

Lowell city councilors: Nonprofits should be paying more
LOWELL -- City councilors and the city manager are pledging to work harder to compel Lowell's biggest nonprofits -- namely, Lowell General Hospital and UMass Lowell -- to make voluntary property-tax payments.By Grant Welker, gwelker@lowellsun.com Updated: 05/25/2016 06:38:36 AM EDT

Boston Properties to acquire a 49.8 per cent Interest in Colorado Center in Santa Monica
Boston Properties, through its investment in Equity Office Properties, is to acquire a 49.8 per cent interest in an existing joint venture with Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association (TIAA) that owns the fee interest in Colorado Center in Santa Monica, California.  read moreBoston Properties to

JLL Construction awarded $12 million expansion project for EMD Serono
Billerica, MA EMD Serono selected JLL Construction for their $12 million expansion project. The new building will be an expansion of their existing research and development complex and will span more than 30,000 s/f. The facility will accommodate approximately 120 new and current employees whose foc

Gilbane Building Company breaks ground on four-story project at Fairfield University
Fairfield, CT On April 22, Gilbane Building Company joined local dignitaries, Fairfield University president, Jeffrey P. von Arx and officials, faculty and an enthusiastic group of students and supporters to celebrate the breaking of ground.    The new four-story, Marion Peckham Egan School of Nursi

Jewett Construction Company, Inc. selected by Stanley Subaru for 22,000 s/f design-build renovation
Ellsworth, ME Jewett Construction Company, Inc. has been selected by Stanley Subaru to undertake a 22,000 s/f design-build renovation of its auto dealership. The project includes renovations and three additions to the existing dealership and annex buildings. Carefully coordinated project phasing wil

TIAA to Recap Colorado Center as Boston Properties Looks to Enter Hot Los Angeles Market
Boston Properties, Inc. (NYSE: BXP) confirmed reports that it will enter the Los Angeles market, expanding beyond its Boston, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. strongholds, after agreeing to acquire a 49.8% interest in an existing joint venture with Teachers Insurance and Annuity Associat

Lowell city councilors: Nonprofits should be paying more
LOWELL -- City councilors and the city manager are pledging to work harder to compel Lowell's biggest nonprofits -- namely, Lowell General Hospital and UMass Lowell -- to make voluntary property-tax payments.By Grant Welker, gwelker@lowellsun.com Updated: 05/24/2016 09:19:24 PM EDT

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