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IREM Scholarships – Supporting the pursuit of knowledge

Since 1977, the IREM Foundation has provided access to education and resources to assist those in the real estate management profession. The 501(3) nonprofit public charity accomplishes its goal through education, resources, diversity, and sustainability measures. Guided by the belief that well-managed real estate leads

CAI surpasses 45,000 members - celebrates during 50th anniversary

Since September 1973, Community Associations Institute (CAI) has been the leading provider of resources and information for homeowners, volunteer board leaders, professional managers, and business professionals in the more than 358,000 homeowners associations, condominiums, and housing cooperatives in the United States and millions of communities worldwide.

Top five criteria facilities managers use to choose on-site portable storage solutions - by Brian Quick

In today’s post-COVID world, expectations have changed. Much needed materials are expected to be delayed, due to supply chain volatility. Staffing challenges are expected more often, due to labor shortages. Most everything is expected to cost more, due to rising inflation rates. Yet, despite these limitations

Greenway Business Improvement District renews and strengthens its commitment to The Greenway

Boston, MA As parks and public spaces continue to play a critical role in making cities more vibrant, exciting, and accessible, the Greenway Business Improvement District (BID) renewed its commitment to supporting The Rose Kennedy Greenway and the Greenway Conservancy for another five-year term.

RISE at 80% completion for Essex St. Lofts - reuse residential community

Haverhill, MA RISE, a Boston-based minority-owned developer and construction firm, has reached 80% project completion at 86 Essex St. The residential project, known as the ‘Essex St. Lofts’, is a restoration of a 7-story industrial building in the downtown area. The team recently completed the replacement of 210 windows on the historic façade, and has moved to the next phase of renovating the interior.

Davis and TOCCI celebrate topping off of eight-story
102-unit building

Boston, MA The Davis Companies (Davis) and TOCCI Construct, LLC (TOCCI) celebrated the topping off of a new luxury residential housing development at 1515 Commonwealth Ave. in the Brighton neighborhood. Upon completion in the fall of 2024, the redevelopment of 1515 Commonwealth Ave.

US2 welcomes residents to Prospect Union Square
- 450-units at 50 Prospect St.

Somerville, MA US2, a joint venture between Magellan Development, RAS Development LLC, Cypress Equity Investments and Affinius Capital, have welcomed the first residents at Prospect Union Square, a 450-unit apartment community comprised of a mid-rise building and 25-story tower

Advisors Living sells all 111 luxury units
at Stratus Residences

Brighton, MA Advisors Living, the residential real estate sales platform associated with Boston Realty Advisors, has sold all 111 luxury living units in Stratus Residences, on the 12-acre campus. Near the universities and health institutions of the city and with access to the MBTA’s Green Line, Stratus Residences - featuring studios to three-bedroom units - sold from $499,000 to $1.75 million.

TND and EBNHC provide affordable housing and healthcare with new development

Everett, MA In a partnership, The Neighborhood Developers (TND), a leading affordable housing and community development organization, and East Boston Neighborhood Health Center (EBNHC), Massachusetts’ largest community-based primary care health system, unveiled the new St. Therese development on Broadway.

Project of the Month: Acella Construction Corp.
completes construction for Milton Goddard School

Milton, MA Acella Construction Corp., a leader in construction management throughout greater Boston, has completed construction of The Goddard School For Early Childhood Development located at 193 Central Ave., the former site of the Milton Hoosic Club. The project originally started over two years ago when a horrific fire of unknown origin destroyed the historic Hoosic Club building one month into construction.