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DJSA Architecture: Celebrating 20 years
of innovative design and architecture

Raynham, MA April 2024 marked a significant milestone for DJSA Architecture as it celebrated its 20th anniversary. Founded by Dennis Swart in 2004 as a sole proprietorship, the firm has evolved from a one-person operation to a thriving architectural design and planning studio with a diverse portfolio

4 Pond Park at South Shore Park - Hingham’s premier corporate headquarters opportunity

Hingham, MA A.W. Perry, a relationship-driven real estate investment and services firm with offices in Boston and Hingham, is marketing one of its signature assets 4 Pond Park, a 28,841 s/f, three-story office building, conveniently located off Rte. 3 exit 36, nearby the Derby Street Shoppes. The building

Ellis Realty Management adds to management
portfolio with 95,000 s/f of new commercial space

Norwell, MA Spring has proven to be a period of significant growth for the Ellis Realty Management team, as they inspected and onboarded over 95,000 s/f of new commercial space across five properties throughout the South Shore including Braintree, Norwell, Whitman, Raynham, and Scituate.

Comcast Business boosts Internet speeds for customers nationwide - now offering up to 3x speed at no additional cost

Plymouth, MA Comcast Business has increased Internet speeds for customers, nationwide, at no additional cost. Comcast Business announced the introduction of its fastest Internet plans yet – Ultimate Speed for Business – with up to triple the speeds.

Greater Portland Office Market Survey -
by Sam LeGeyt

Outlook: The Greater Portland office market is still adjusting to the post-pandemic world. Although the major headlines from primary markets are scary and fear-mongering, Southern Maine is not poised for the bumpy rides you might see on the news or read about in the newspaper.

The Superior Nature of Industrial Real Estate
on 495 - by David Skinner

It has been a couple years since I have extolled the excellencies of the alluring, intriguing Interstate 495. I am prompted to do so today because of recent conversations I have had with out-of-market buyers. It is with increasing frequency that family offices and private equity groups

Changing markets, changing perspectives - by Bill Pastuszek

Whether it’s real estate or automotive markets, understanding the various submarkets that make up the composite larger markets and understanding the larger market and its effect on those submarkets is key. Markets don’t work in lockstep.

Risk-based capital requirements: Impact of rules on commercial real estate loans - by Michael Chase

Two popular sources of commercial real estate financing are banks and insurance companies. According to the Mortgage Bankers Association, banks and insurance companies combined hold 54% of the nearly $4.7 trillion in outstanding commercial mortgages as of the end of 2023. Both of these lender groups are subject to regulations

Northern New England migration and market update - Bill Norton

Well, we survived the eclipse. It was a nice infusion of $ for the North Country during Mud season. I just finished a book, “On the Move” by Abraham Lustgarten, focused on human migrations in North America due to climate change, extreme weather events, drought and wildfires.