Looking ahead this fall, the industrial market will continue to be challenged by low inventory - by George Paskalis and Julie Freshman

During 2019, the Rhode Island industrial market has remained consistent with the last couple of years – high demand, low supply, little to no new construction, and heavily influenced by the growth of the Boston economy.

Smart businesses are learning quickly how to trim fat, adapt and best position themselves for the future - Tom Sweeney

The commercial real estate industry is constantly influenced by change. It is those owners and users that are able to quickly adapt to the changes that will survive the inevitable lull. Adapting to new business models,

Office and industrial markets continue to tighten, but each sector seems to have their own nuances - by Kristie Kyzer

The New Hampshire market continues to see both office and industrial inventory tightening.  We are seeing ample lease and sale transactions, as well as welcoming some new tenants to the market, which is helping drive the

Still managing in this diverse and changing CRE world from a contrarian’s perspective - by Chris Mellen

We have now entered the longest U.S. expansion in history, our 11th year of economic growth, according to the National Bureau of Economic Research. Granted we have a long way to go before we catch up with Australia

Southern Maine’s commercial real estate market steady through third quarter 2019 - Matt Cardente

Southern Maine’s commercial real estate market has continued to show strength through the 3rd quarter of 2019. Sales demand remains high and there continues to be a  limited supply of quality product

CB Equities and R.W. Holmes Commercial complete 39 deals at renovated 162,000 s/f Knowledge Park

Marlborough, MA R.W. Holmes Commercial Real Estate has worked with CB Equities in the signing of 39 leases at Knowledge Park since 2018. R.W. Holmes assisted CB Equities in purchasing the three-building (2, 4-5 Mount Auburn Ave.)

Maher, Pullen, Tribble and Hallowell of NKF broker $106 million sale of Waltham Woods to Boston Properties

Waltham, MA Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) completed the $106 million sale of Waltham Woods to Boston Properties. On behalf of AEW, vice chairman Edward Maher, executive managing directors Matthew Pullen and James Tribble and director

Everywhere is somewhere to someone: Industrial trends on I-495 and Rte. 128 - by David Skinner

As my grandmother used to say, “Everywhere is somewhere to someone.” One location may be the destination of a lifetime for one and anathema to another. The Greater Boston industrial real estate market is undergoing a transformation at a frenetic pace

NEREJ’s Metro South of Boston Summit Oct. 17th

Brockton, MA  The New England Real Estate Journal (NEREJ), with the Metro South Chamber of Commerce and the Metro South Regional Economic Development Organization, will host the Metro South of Boston Summit on October 17th

Residential over retail: Vertically integrating businesses with residences built above - by Thomas House

Funny how the future is sometimes the past, come around full cycle. Consider residential over retail, a common form of mixed use. New England’s small cities were built this way, with a