Nan Fung Life Sciences Real Estate (NFLSRE) has acquired One Winthrop Sq. from MAPFRE Insurance for $75 million. Located in downtown, the 115,667 s/f, five floor building is adjacent to Millennium’s Winthrop Center Tower with accessLondonderry, NH
According to Andrew Levy, CCIM, senior retail manager at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty Commercial, CKO Kickboxing has leased 3,200 s/f for their second New England franchise. Owned and operated by Louann and Brian GentiluomoNeedham, MA
Dan Gardner of DMG Brokerage represented SSG Development in the acquisition of 540 Hillside Ave. The property is a 1.89-acre property that was not on the market for sale.Danbury, CT
According to the Savings Bank of Danbury, Robert Hagan has joined the bank as vice president of commercial lending. Hagan brings more than 15 years of experience in banking to his new position.
Sharon Country Club was started in 1898 on O’Leary’s Farm in Sharon. In 1921 the clubs members purchased the farm and in 1923 the O’Leary dairy barn became the club house.
In recent years, many former retail spaces have been converted for other uses, such as industrial or e-commerce (i.e. fulfillment, “pick-and-pack” centers). Before embarking on such a conversion, however, landlords and tenants should take the following into considerationFall River, MA
CBRE has completed the sale of Border City Mills located at 2 Weaver St., and River Grove Apartments located at 4516 North Main St., for $13.7 million. CBRE multihousing experts Simon Butler and Biria St. John exclusively represented the sellerShelton, CT
PROCON’s architecture team was recognized as a winner of the 2019 Argentum Senior Living by Design Award for Brightview Senior Living. The 168,000 s/f design was featured in the December 2019 issue of Senior Living Executive Magazine
Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) has completed the $270 million sale of 109 Brookline Ave. on behalf of Equity Commonwealth to IQHQ (formerly Creative Science Properties). Co-head of U.S. Capital Markets Robert Griffin, vice chairman Edward Maher,
With the recent appearance and rapid spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) globally, a potentially fatal respiratory illness, it’s time to prepare and train construction firms