Shrewsbury, MA JLL has closed the $19 million sale of a 64,227 s/f, freestanding, single-tenant retail center fully leased to Price Chopper in the Worcester-area community.
Horvath & Tremblay sells three retail properties totaling $13.676 million - including CVS in Brockton and Tire Warehouse in GardnerBrockton, MA Horvath & Tremblay has completed the sale of three retail properties in Massachusetts for total sales of $13.676 million. The properties include CVS in Brockton, Fresenius Medical Center in Fairhaven and Tire Warehouse in Gardner.
Marlborough, MA Aries Laboratories LLC has signed a five-year lease commitment at 257 Simarano Dr. Aries, a testing lab, will occupy 10,565 s/f in the multi-tenant life science and technology incubator.
Bloomfield, CT The property at 36 Tunxis Ave. (Rte. 189), has been sold for $450,000, according to Ron Lyman, CCIM, CEO of Lyman Real Estate. Lyman’s Geri Jacobson was the agent for both
Orange, CT Matt Halprin, senior vice president of New England Retail Properties, Inc. completed the $5.6 million sale of the Tractor Supply Co. located at 253 Indian River Rd.
Boston, MA MarketPlace Logan, an affiliate of Boston-based New England Development and manager of the Boston Logan Concessions Program (Bos Shop Dine), unveiled the latest passenger amenities, restaurants and specialty retailers that have landed at Boston Logan International Airport.
Atlanta, GA Atlantic Retail, a national retail real estate brokerage and advisory firm based in Mass., has named Shelley Jordan Bell a partner of the firm and will open its sixth regional office in Georgia.
Medford, MA Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) completed the sale of Meadow Glen, a shopping center anchored by a Wegmans grocery store and set minutes from downtown Boston. The sale price was $85.7 million according to public records.
Question of the Month: What are the ingredients of a successful neighborhood? Boston’s Seaport revival - by Pawel Honc
I love cities. I love that they have lives, spanning centuries, and evolve to accept change. Boston is one of those, and one of its shiniest new neighborhoods is testament to vibrant adaptive use. Once a thriving port, accepting shipments of wool and leather to feed textile factories in the early 20th century,