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Ashe, Buckley and Landers of Transwestern handle 10,000 s/f lease

Boston, MA Transwestern Consulting Group (TCG) brokered a new 10,000 s/f lease on behalf of Legacy Real Estate Ventures LLC at 46 Plympton S...

Doyle and Sullivan of Cresa Boston handle 8,239 s/f lease expansion

Andover, MA Cresa Boston completed the lease of 8,239 s/f of additional space at 200 Brickstone Sq. for ALKU. This brings ALKU’s total...

Nauset Construction completes transformation for 3MJ Realty - Designed by Schopf Design Associates

Boston, MA Nauset Construction completed the transformation of the historic Conrad’s department store into 27 two, three and four-bedr...

Triglione of Nordlund Associates handles 9,600 s/f lease for landlord

Newburyport, MA Anthony Triglione of Nordlund Associates, Inc. negotiated the lease of 9,600 s/f at 22 Henry Graf Rd. The property, set on 3...

Kimco Realty Corp. sells Mallside Plaza to Northeast Capital Group for $16.5 million - HFF handles sale and secures $12.635 million financing

Portland, ME Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) has closed the $16.5 million sale of and secured $12.635 million in financing for Mallside...

Jumbo Capital Management and Boston Andes Capital purchase Rivertech Park for $45 million

Billerica, MA KBS Real Estate Investment Trust completed the $45 million sale of Rivertech Park. The complex was purchased by Jumbo Capital ...

Griffin Industrial Realty closes on $2.1 million land sale

Southwick, MA Griffin Industrial Realty, Inc. closed on the sale of 76 acres of undeveloped land for a $2.1 million in cash, before tra...

O’Brien Commercial Properties signs VJ Electronix to 20,000 s/f

VJ Electronix Inc. has leased 20,000 s/f of space at 19 Alpha Rd. Landlord, Calare Properties, was represented by James Lipscomb of Transwestern and VJ was represented by Eric O’Brien of O’Brien Commercial Properties.

Reinventing your town retail center: Start here - by Carol Todreas

Millennials, Baby Boomers, artists, entrepreneurs and techies are moving out of cities into suburban and exurban communities. Building owners, business owners and civic leaders are wondering how to take advantage of this demographic change and attract new tenants to dated looking streets and storefronts?

Whether traditional, lifestyle or micro, hotel supply in Boston is survival of the fittest - by Jim Luchars

The Boston economy continues to prosper with low unemployment and continued job growth. This has fueled positive hotel performance with a record occupancy of 76.5% achieved in 2015.