Category: Real Estate

Posted by Katie Daigle

Here for ULI? Check Out Boston’s Urban Land

October 4, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

Boston has a unique architectural landscape. Buildings with stunning glass façades stand adjacent to those that are centuries old, representing the ever-evolving interplay between Boston’s past and innovative future. In

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Posted by Michelle Cassidy

If you’re at the ULI Fall Meeting, Here’s Where to Eat Lunch

October 3, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

Almost as busy as Boston’s real estate scene is the city’s food scene. Below are a few of our favorite places to grab lunch while attending this week’s ULI Fall

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Posted by Conor Yunits

Do you like beer, ULI attendees?

October 3, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

October is a great month to visit Boston. The leaves are changing, the Red Sox are in the playoffs and the crisp cool air welcomes out-of-towners to autumn in New

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Posted by Samantha Trombley

Thoughtful Placemaking: Key Takeaways from NAIOP’s “Unicorns of Development”

October 2, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

As Boston development surges, developers and urban planners are implementing strategic placemaking strategies aimed at connecting people within the areas they share. We recently attended NAIOP’s “Development Unicorns: Neighborhood Game

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Posted by Sean Hathaway

MBTA Takes Another Crack At Late Night Bus Service

September 11, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

A year and a half after the MBTA ended late night transit service, it’s back, albeit in a reduced format. At the beginning of this month, some of the more

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Posted by Nicholas Courtois

Neighborhood Highlights: The Fenway’s Renaissance

July 31, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

One of Boston’s most historic areas, the Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood has experienced a surge of growth over the past few years and continues to be a hot topic in the news.

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Posted by Michelle Cassidy

Exploring Greater Boston with NAIOP

June 12, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

We recently had the pleasure of attending NAIOP’s annual, highly anticipated event: The Bus Tour. This year’s theme – “Then, Now, Next” – offered a glimpse into some of Boston’s

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Posted by Solomon McCown Real Estate Team

Boston Office Space Is in High Demand: Top Three Takeaways from Bisnow Boston’s “Office of the Future”

May 30, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

Boston’s commercial real estate market continues to progress at a healthy pace, attracting global brands such as Amazon, GE, PwC and Wayfair. We attended a recent multi-panel discussion, organized by

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Posted by Solomon McCown Real Estate Team

SM& Joins Building Impact at its Sixth Annual NonGala

May 21, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

On Tuesday, May 8, SM& joined Building Impact to celebrate its 6th Annual NonGala at District Hall in Boston’s Seaport. The highly-anticipated event drew hundreds to support Building Impact’s mission

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Posted by Katie Daigle

Architectural Record’s “Record on the Road”: The Future of Large-Scale Mixed-Use Development in Greater Boston

April 30, 2018 In Real Estate Leave a comment

Each city within the United States has to confront challenges in the built environment that may resemble or differ from those impacting other geographical regions. When conceptualizing space in a

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