Washington Trust provides $5.76m to Granite SS, LLC for purchase of 367-unit self-storage facility

Westerly, RI Washington Trust’s commercial real estate group provided a $5.76 million commercial mortgage to Granite SS, LLC, an affiliated entity of The Storage Investment Group, LLC of Wayne, Penn., to finance the purchase of an existing 367-unit self-storage facility.

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2022 Women in Commercial Real Estate Spotlight

Boston, MA Women in Commercial Real Estate spotlight recognizes the outstanding women from New England's commercial real estate industry and offers our readers key insights on their personal and professional achievements. Read more here!

The outlook is grand, but somewhat tempered! - Dennis Serpone

Most people don’t realize 75% of all small business is food and liquor related, and like politics, trends in the hospitality industry begin locally. We elect officials locally but their effect is felt nationally. We look at the restaurant industry locally but it doesn’t represent the industry at the

R.W. Holmes negotiates 6,745 s/f lease office/R&D

Waltham, MA R.W. Holmes negotiated a new 6,745 s/f office and R&D lease at 1432 Main St.  Adden Energy, founded by a team of scientists at Harvard University, will use the new space to develop and scale up an entirely new type of solid-state battery.? 

The Stubblebine Co. arranges $3.565 million sale of Woburn building

Woburn, MA Micah and James Stubblebine and Aaron Smith of The Stubblebine Company represented the seller, 90 Blueberry LLC, and Ellen Garthoff of The Stubblebine Co. procured the buyer, Montvale & Jefferson LLC in the sale of 90 Blueberry Hill Rd. for $3.565 million.

Budgeting during periods of high inflation - by Robert Marcus

While on its face, the process of budgeting for condominium and apartment buildings should be simple. First, ascertain the goal of financial planning. Next, interpret and compare historical revenue and expense data. Then, formulate a rough budget to direct the actions towards the objective. Refine the findings to drill

House made of straw. It’s a thing now. - by Thomas House

We’ve all read the story of the first little pig, who built his house with straw. As it happens, he was ahead of his time. With climate changes baying at the door, straw is part of the housing solution. Architects and developers have rescued some of the rubble following the last year’s climate summit,

The closer to Boston, the less risk the property has, this really benefits owners within Rte. 128 - by David Skinner

How do we think about suburban industrial sites in a world that some would say is “spinning out of control?” What are the trends that need to be noticed? Where are the dangers? The pitfalls? Equally as interesting, where are the opportunities? Where are the most likely places to score, and score big? Here are a

2022 Women in Commercial Real Estate: Viktoria Alkova, Coastal Land & Commercial Group at Keller Williams Coastal Realty

What has been your biggest challenge and how have you faced it? There definitely were plenty of challenges in the beginning. To put things in perspective, I was raised in Russia and grew up in a family of business-owners and was involved in running multiple businesses

2022 Women in Commercial Real Estate: Sarah Ashley, Bowdoin Construction Corp.

What trends will dominate your industry in the coming months? I believe the use of Augmented Reality will become more and more prevalent in commercial real estate, primarily for its efficiency in project design. Through the ability to show how spaces can be programmed ahead of being built