Wilmington, MA Horvath & Tremblay has completed sale of three properties for combined sales of $10.175 million. The properties include The Learning Experience and Car Wash in Mass., Taco Bell in Maine and Chase Bank in N.J.
New Bedford, MA Poyant, a sign manufacturer and branding specialist serving local, regional and national organizations, has promoted Stephanie Poyant Moran to director of sales operations.
Bedford, NH Summit Realty Partners, Inc. signed a new 2,019 s/f lease with HotWorx, an infrared fitness studio at Hannaford Plaza. While HotWorx features various existing locations,
Orange, CT Vidal Wettenstein, LLC has sold 484 Boston Post Rd. to Furniture Depot. The Boston Post Rd. Orange/Milford corridor is known as the “Retail Miracle Mile,” with most major and local retailers represented.
Jefferson Apartment Group signs first retail tenants at J Malden Center; Landsmith and Soul City Yoga
Malden, MA According to Jefferson Apartment Group (JAG), a leading multifamily developer and operator specializing in premier apartment communities throughout the East Coast, J Malden Center has signed its first two retail tenants to the mixed-use development slated to open later this year in downtown.
Wallingford, CT The Proto Group has completed the following leases totaling 23,240 s/f:
Watertown, MA According to Boylston Properties and Wilder, Japan’s Yuki Watanabe and Tori Jiro executive chef Mizushima will be serving up their “Yakitori” at a 2,086 s/f space at Arsenal Yards.
We have now all navigated through the first busy season with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). As we work on our 2018 extended returns, and enter the planning stages for 2019 and beyond, there are still many questions and required clarifications. There are also many more opportunities.
Burlington, MA KeyPoint Partners, LLC has released The KeyPoint Report for Eastern Massachusetts/Greater Boston 2019, according to Bob Sheehan, vice president of research.
Norwich, CT Ron Lyman, CCIM, CEO of Lyman Real Estate, completed the sale of the building most recently known as The Majestic Rose Dinner Theater at 352 Main St. It was purchased by Ganesh Hospitality, LLC, a New Haven hotel developer,