Worcester, MA Marcus & Millichap has completed the sale of 148-152 Millbury St., a 9-unit mixed-use apartment property, according to Tim Thompson, regional manager of the firm’s Boston office. The asset sold for $710,000, 98% of the asking price, at an 8% capitalization rate.
With very few exceptions, any agreement for the purchase or sale of real estate in Massachusetts must be in writing to be enforceable. For decades, real estate agents, developers, sellers and buyers have used preprinted forms titled “offer to purchase” to set forth the essential but initial terms of the deal.
Cumberland, ME Cumberland Crossing by Oceanview is officially under construction after a groundbreaking ceremony attended by developers, town officials and project stakeholders. The retirement community is a sister location to OceanView at Falmouth and is based on that successful model
Lowell, MA CBRE/New England has completed the sale of Cabot Crossing, a 252-unit, 100% market-rate apartment community. According to public record the property sold for $42.4 million. CBRE/NE’s multi-housing experts Simon Butler and Biria St. John exclusively represented the seller
Boston, MA Linear Retail Properties, LLC has acquired 19-21 School St., a three-story, 8,131 s/f building in the Downtown Crossing neighborhood of the city. The property is located near the intersection of School St. and Washington St. on the Freedom Trail
Braintree, MA Karen Fish-Will, principal and CEO of full-service real estate and property management firm Peabody Properties, has been honor...
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 includes provisions which have the potential to encourage a new round of stimulus to investment in commercial real estate located in rural areas and distressed urban areas. In particular are the provisions which provide tax incentives for reinvestment of capital gains, tax deferred
Avon, MA United Multi Family (UMF)has brokered the sale of a 30 unit apartment building at 29 Leos Ln., for $3.725 million ($124,167 per unit). Rich Cawley and Kurt Cawley of UMF brokered the sale.
Jamie Ouellette, AIA, a project manager in the firm’s K-12 Education Studio, is now a licensed architect in the state of Maine. Ouellette has worked on complex ground-up, renovation, and expansion projects
Worcester, MA Michael Jacobs, principal at NAI Glickman Kovago & Jacobs, represented the seller, the Montachusett Girl Scout Council, and the buyer, Lisciotti Development in the recent transfer of real estate at 79-81 Gold Star Blvd.