Spotlights

2019 Women in Real Estate: Carol Todreas, Todreas Hanley Associates

My greatest mentor was a Paris developer, Jean-Louis Solal. Jean-Louis embarked on a mission to update French shopping habits by creating unique mixed-use retail centers. 

2019 Women in Real Estate: Erin Harvey, NB Development Group

I am very proud to have been part of the team that recently completed a lease with the Boston Celtics that brought the team back into the city of Boston. As a fan and former player,

2019 Women in Real Estate: Adelaide Grady, Leggat McCall

The 2018 CREW Women’s Leadership Academy was a transformative experience for me. While the course material itself was engaging and valuable, it was the cohort of high-performing professionals from across

2019 Women in Real Estate: Katie Moniz, BSC Group

Working with private developers, municipalities, institutions and energy sector clients on their climate resilience planning over the last year. The energy and enthusiasm in all sectors around proactive planning for the future and working

2019 Women in Real Estate: Kira Gonzalez, M&T Bank

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step” – Lao Tzu.

2019 Women in Real Estate: Hannah Pirez, Callahan Construction Managers

Dr. Seuss “Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” Although this quote is simple in text, the meaning can really help guide

Boston considered to be among most competitive industrial real estate markets in the country - by Kevin Olson

Overall, commercial real estate in Boston is thriving and there is an abundance of new developments and real estate opportunities for brokers, tenants, landlords, and investors to capitalize. BizJournals recently highlighted why

2019 Women in Real Estate: Heather Parsons, ReMax Partners

Its all about mindset. Switching from a very lucrative career in the wine and spirit industry to real estate was a huge leap of faith. I realized despite the challenges and struggles I faced, to learn a lesson for each and keep focused.

2019 Women in Real Estate: Jennifer Fairfield, Waterstone Properties Group

My mom had always been actively involved in residential and commercial real estate.

Sale prices per s/f will rise, and the gap between existing and new construction costs will shrink - by Justin Lamontagne

NAI The Dunham Group is pleased to present, for the first time, a mid-year review and update to our annual industrial market survey. 2018 marked the first “correction” we’ve seen since we began tracking market