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The workspace revolution is coming - start planning now - by Michael Berretta

In recent years, disruptive forces have transformed how we think about entire industries. Spotify with music. Uber and Lyft with transportation. Netflix with TV and movies. Technology has changed the way that we think about things that we used to take for granted.

BOND completes $95m athletic facility at College of the Holy Cross

Worcester, MA BOND celebrated the grand opening of the College of the Holy Cross’ Hart Center at the Luth Athletic Complex. The offici...

HqO brings tech-enabled amenities and experiences to tenant communities in urban-suburban offices

Boston, MA HqO, a tenant experience platform for commercial real estate, launched with three new landlords at office properties totaling 1.2...

Kaplan Const. honored with Family Business of the Year Award

Boston, MA Kaplan Construction, a WBE general contractor and construction management firm providing comprehensive building programs across G...

Broadreach Capital Partners sells Dolce Norwalk to Queens Plaza North

Norwalk, CT Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) completed the sale of Dolce Norwalk, a 120-room, full-service, conference-center hotel. ...

Sky Management Services purchases 190,000 s/f industrial facility

Manchester, CT Sky Management Services, LLC has purchased 100 Sanrico Dr., a 190,000 s/f single tenant industrial/distribution facility. The...

Delphi Construction celebrates ground breaking of $30 million Seascape at Weymouth condominium project

Weymouth, MA Representatives of Delphi Construction joined project owner, key stakeholders and government representatives at the official gr...

Berkeley Partners acquires Draper Properties in Woburn, MA for $19 million

Woburn, MA Berkeley Partners (BP) has completed the $19 million acquisition of Draper Properties, a 11.9 acre, four building, class B, multi...

Retail of the moment: Experiential - by Carol Todreas

The recent Supreme Court ruling allowing states to tax goods sold by on-line retailers will not necessarily pave the way for no-brainer, same old brick and mortar retailing. While sales taxes will reduce one advantage of e-retailers, innovative technology

Horvath & Tremblay sells six properties for $21.4 million

Merrimack, NH Horvath & Tremblay has completed the sale of six properties for $21.4 million. Recent sales include: Little Sprouts in N.H...