Somerville, MA Federal Realty Investment Trust has signed a lease for 150,000 s/f with PUMA North America to anchor a new 300,000 s/f office building, with ground floor retail space, at 455 Grand Union Blvd. at Assembly Row, the rapidly growing, mixed-use neighborhood just minutes from downtown.
Manchester, NH The Dolben Company, Inc. has assumed management of Regency Place, Regency West and Regency Heights, collectively known as The Regency Collection. Located in a heavily residential and apartment dominated sector of the city, the properties are all 55+ communities.
Rowley, MA Ipswich Bay Glass (IBG), one of the largest commercial façade companies in the Northeast, is celebrating its 50th anniversary. IBG was founded in 1969 by Sandy Patrican to provide the highest quality glazing and panel systems fabrication and installation on the North Shore.
Boston, MA According to Barkan Management Co., three portfolio managers have achieved Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation. Diana Montalbano and Joshua Levy (based in Boston) and Sarah Flannigan (based in Providence, RI), have achieved PCAM certification.
Auburndale, MA A new joint venture has been formed between C&W Services, Inc. – one of North America’s leading facility services companies – and Alutiiq Logistics & Maintenance Services, LLC (ALMS) – a certified small, Alaska native-owned business and wholly owned subsidiary of Alutiiq, LLC (Alutiiq). This JV was formed to help clients meet the highest standards of facility performance while achieving their diversity spending goals.
Salem, MA Jay Goldberg of Spire Investments continues to be very active in the marketplace with another purchase. Goldberg has acquired 33 units in Salem and Peabody for $4.265 million ($129,242 per unit). Twenty-eight of the units consisted of two buildings located at 10 and 12-14 Summer St.
Boston, MA Cronin Development has hired BAMO of San Francisco to design interiors for The St. Regis Residences, Boston. The team, led by pri...
Amherst, MA Leers Weinzapfel Associates’ new 10,592 s/f chiller plant at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is the latest in the firm’s extensive portfolio of infrastructure work. A component of the university’s 2012 Campus Master Plan, it will increase the reliability and capacity of chilled water service throughout its growing north campus
When dealing with high-energy electrical equipment, an unexpected short circuit causes the release of electrical energy in the form of heat and pressure, and are generally caused by equipment failure, a fault or surge somewhere else in the system, or human error.
Weymouth, MA CTA Construction Managers has been awarded a contract for the new $24.1 million 50,000 s/f Tufts Library. The project is a cooperative venture between the town and the Massachusetts Public Library Construction Program, which awarded the town $12 million for the construction of a new library.