I had a couple ideas for this article including the “Mystery of Soft Brands” and “Why Do The Suburbs Always Get Overbuilt First” but this last week has reset and changed everything. The Dow dropped 12% last week, the most since 2008, as uncertainty and anxiety grows Methuen, MA
The Stubblebine Company/CORFAC International has completed 40,370 s/f in leases. The deals include the following: Micah Stubblebine of The Stubblebine Co. and Jeff Richardson of CTR Partners leased 19,370 s/f at 100 Griffin Brook Park.Boston, MA
Nader Kallini, RCDD has joined Cosentini’s local office as the new director of information technologies. Kallini holds a B.S. in electrical/mechanical engineering Cambridge, MA
Dennis Kelleher and John Pentore of Horvath & Tremblay have completed the sale of 303-305 Hurley St. for $3.125 million.
Richard Pierce has been elected 2020 treasurer of the Institute for Responsible Housing Preservation (IRHP). IRHP was established in 1989 to represent the views of owners and managers of HUD-subsidized affordable housing properties and was instrumental in the enactment ofBoston, MA
MassDevelopment has issued a $20 million tax-exempt bond on behalf of CIL Realty of Massachusetts, Inc. (CILRM), a nonprofit real estate developer. CILRM will use bond proceeds
As discussed in earlier installments, the civil litigation process involves an assertion of claims by all of the parties to the dispute--a period of discovery during which the parties exchange information, evidence and testimony relevant to the dispute
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Marcus & Millichap completed the sales of 100 Quarry St. and 79 Farrington St., according to Thomas Shihadeh, regional manager of the firm’s Boston office. The assets sold for $3.85 million and $1.625 million respectively. Evan Griffith, first vice president investments, and Tony Pepdjonovic, first vice president investmentsWorcester, MA
NAI Glickman Kovago & Jacobs’ principal, Michael Jacobs facilitated the $1.58 million sale of 31-35 Park Ave. Jacobs represented the seller, T.B.R, Inc. (formerly Toomey Rents/Sells, Inc.).