DSF Group has acquired 1,020 unit Jefferson Hills Apartments located in the Metro West region of Greater Boston. According to public record the asset sold for $227 million by a Chicago-based real estate firm.Milford, MA
Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) has completed the $33.6 million sale of 12 Industrial Rd. to Cabot Properties. On behalf of Colony Capital, vice chairman Edward Maher, executive managing directors Matthew Pullen and James Tribble and director Samantha Hallowell of NKFMarlborough, MA
According to mayor Arthur Vigeant, the city has earned the AAA Bond rating by Standard & Poor’s for the first time in city’s history. The Triple A Bond rating, as designated by credit rating agencies like Moody’s and Standard & Poor’sBoston, MA
Greenberg Traurig’s real estate practice represented The Gillette Company, LLC (a subsidiary of The Procter & Gamble Co.) in the sale of 6.5 acres of waterfront property adjacent to the General Electric Co. campus to RBCS Acquisitions, LLC
The F.W. Webb Company, a wholesale distributor of plumbing, heating, cooling and industrial products, has purchased 33 Sword St., a 75,000 s/f single story industrial facility situated on 3.04 acres. F.W. Webb purchased the property for $4.45 million.Boston, MA
McCall & Almy has hired three professionals to the team: Danielle Donovan, Jennifer Elia, and Linda McDonough. The new hires underscore McCall & Almy’s commitment to supplying the highest level of service to its clients.Boston, MA
The New England Chapter of CoreNet Global has named the 2019 winners of its annual Awards of Excellence. This year’s honorees and projects represent the best of the Boston region in corporate real estate leadershipWoburn, MA
MLL Capital has completed the acquisition of two medical office buildings, totaling 112,228 s/f.
According to Nordlund Associates, Anthony Triglione represented the property owner in the sale of 7 Fanaras Dr. The 22,000 s/f flex/industrial facility was purchased by Harnum Industries.Woburn, MA
Cummings Foundation presented $10 million in grants to local nonprofits through its $100K for 100 program. Governor Charlie Baker joined the organization’s founders, Joyce and Bill Cummings, at TradeCenter 128 to congratulate the grant winners.