Developer Joseph Goncalves has filed a proposal with the city to construct a six-story, 50-unit transit-oriented residential building in downtown on a parcel located across from a planned memorial to the late middleweight boxing champion Marvelous Marvin Hagler Boston, MA
Trinity Management, LLC earned the AMO (Accredited Management Organization) accreditation from Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM). Trinity Management joins an exclusive group of nearly 600 realQuincy, MA
Caritas Communities, an independent, non-sectarian, nonprofit provider of low-income housing and services, has purchased 46 Winter St., adding the 17-unit single-room-occupancy residences to its existing portfolioBoston, MA
BlueHub Loan Fund, the community development financing arm of BlueHub Capital, today announces the hiring of Arunabha Chakravarty, Ena Kumar and Thaïna Serelus to its lending and portfolio management teams.Boston, MA
Lincoln Property Company (LPC) has launched an educational campaign to introduce the South Boston Waterfront Life Sciences Pavilion to the life sciences industry, including local non-profits and training centers Middleton, MA
The Procopio Companies (Procopio), has promoted four team members for their continued dedication to Procopio’s values, culture, and growth.
In our CoreNet Global New England chapter, we are well on our way to a successful fall season, with plenty of networking and professional development opportunities, starting with the Young Leaders End of Summer Soiree sponsored by Allsteel and Union
>As September was Preparedness Month, BOMA Boston’s Emergency Preparedness Committee hosted a Roundtable: Navigating Boston’s Homeless Population on September 21st
at St. Anthony Shrine. It was a great conversation
As we embark on the final quarter of 2022, October is always a great time to take stock in things, to look at the goals you set out for yourself and your organization at the beginning of the year, and see where you stand with regard to those goals.
CAI representatives and Florida Sen. Jason Pizzo (D-Miami-Dade County) met with White House officials on Sept. 20 to discuss condominium safety initiatives to garner support for two pieces of legislation; H.R. 8304 and H.R. 7532.