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NAIOP MA names 2019 leadership slate

Needham, MA NAIOP Massachusetts has named its 2019 volunteer leadership slate – led by incoming president Sara Cassidy of AEW. Joining NAIOP’s new executive team of CEO Tamara Small and executive director Reesa Fischer, Cassidy will be followed by president-elect Leslie Cohen of Samuels & Associates.

Goodhue named Colliers International’s executive managing director and Boston market leader

Boston, MA Colliers International has promoted David Goodhue to the role of executive managing director and Boston market leader, where he will be responsible for all aspects of the office’s day-to-day leadership and management. Goodhue will lead the company management alongside Jessica Sawyer, executive vice president of operations.

Thibeault purchases the Henry Hanger Co. building for $1.81 million

Nashua, NH Brian Thibeault has purchased the Henry Hanger Company of America building for $1.81 million. This 90,000 s/f classic mill building sits on .85 acres, and was built in 1900, consisting of 5 floors. Each floor is roughly18,000 s/f with original hardwood floors and natural light.

Colliers International’s multifamily advisory group completes $15.25 million sale of Windjammer Cove - sold by WJ Partners, LLC and Oak Sapling Partners

Braintree, MA Colliers International’s multifamily advisory group completed the sale of Windjammer Cove Apartments, a 72-unit, waterfront apartment community. The property was sold on behalf of WJ Partners, LLC & Oak Sapling Partners, LLC.

Buy Tickets Now: NEREJ’s Multi-Family & Property Management Summit Thursday morning

Newton, MA The New England Real Estate Journal (NEREJ) will host the Multi-Family & Property Management Summit on January 31st at Boston Marriott Newton, 2345 Commonwealth Ave. from 8 a.m. – 12 noon. To attend please register at: Early bird tickets ordered before January 27th cost $89. After January 27th, tickets cost $129.

The New Year will be a good year - by Rick Kaplan

In 2018 we were supposed to see an economic slow down. It never happened. With plenty of money available, new construction projects have started, rental rates continue to increase and cap rates are stable. So is 2019 the year we start to see the down turn or do we see the market continue to grow?

Boston and Cambridge lodging market bounces back after three strong months - by Sebastian Colella

Through July, revenue per available room (RevPAR) in the Boston and Cambridge lodging market had experienced its ups and downs but overall had declined 0.6% compared to the same period last year. However, the market gained considerable traction beginning in August, a trend that continued through October.

McEvoy and Conrad of The Conrad Group broker $1.5 million sale - exclusively represented the buyer, C&M Realty Co., LLC

Marshfield, MA The Conrad Group negotiated an industrial building sale in Enterprise Park. The building, formerly owned and occupied by Gatehouse Media and located at 165 Enterprise Dr., totals 18,000 s/f on 2.72 acres.

SERVPRO of Boston names Hart general manager

Boston, MA Disaster restoration expert, Jake Hart, has been named the general manager of SERVPRO of Boston. His experience in all areas of d...

Cornerstone Realty Capital arranges $5.8 million in financing for a 45-unit apartment building in Whitman, MA

Whitman, MA Cornerstone Realty Capital arranged $5.8 million in financing for an apartment building. The 3-story property features 45-units, a mix of 15 one-bedroom, one-bathroom units, 12 two-bedroom, one-bathroom units, and 18 two-bedroom, two-bathroom units.