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From Bike Shop to Apartment Building

From Bike Shop to Apartment Building

What came as bad news for the Boston biking community could turn into an excellent opportunity for middle-class renters looking for a nice place to call home.…

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Former Evergreen HQs in Devens Sold for 400 Percent Profit

Former Evergreen HQs in Devens Sold for 400 Percent Profit

A troubled manufacturing facility in Devens, MA, changed hands last month for $36.05 million in a transaction brokered by CBRE/New England.…

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Lowell’s Prince Macaroni Factory: A Voyage from Pasta to Data Storage

Lowell’s Prince Macaroni Factory: A Voyage from Pasta to Data Storage

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor The run-down factory that was once famous for producing one of America’s most beloved pasta brands left its spaghetti past behind and is now going through some major changes. The Prince Macaroni plant in Lowell, MA, will be redeveloped into a giant data center by…

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Church-to-Condo Conversion OK’d in South End

Church-to-Condo Conversion OK’d in South End

New Boston Ventures’ plan to transform a 138-year-old church in South Boston into residential use was green lighted by the Boston Redevelopment Authority this month and construction is imminent.…

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Market-Rate Housing Hoping to Retain Working Families

Market-Rate Housing Hoping to Retain Working Families

New Boston market-rate and affordable housing hopes to keep working families in the urban core.…

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Significant Funding Saves Elderly and Disabled Housing

Significant Funding Saves Elderly and Disabled Housing

Some Boston residents will see drastic changes to their living situations, while the housing remains affordable.…

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TODAY’S DEALS: KeyBank Real Estate Capital Provides $215M in Senior Debt

TODAY’S DEALS: KeyBank Real Estate Capital Provides $215M in Senior Debt

KeyBank finances a 1,284-unit mixed-income housing community; Crown Bay Group completes its first Atlanta acquisition; and Faith Investment Properties closes three sales valued at $28 million. …

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Footwear Company to Convert Old Polaroid Campus into New Headquarters

Footwear Company to Convert Old Polaroid Campus into New Headquarters

It’s been almost ten years since Polaroid left its facility in Waltham, but a Newton-based shoe retailer wants to breathe new life into the abandoned building.…

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240-Unit Luxury Community in Suburban Boston Changes Ownership for $59.5 Million

240-Unit Luxury Community in Suburban Boston Changes Ownership for $59.5 Million

The Alta Legacy Farms apartment community in Hopkinton, Mass., has a new owner, one year after Wood Partners completed construction at the $45 million luxury complex.…

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TODAY’S DEALS: Equity Residential Drops $130.2M on Boston Asset

TODAY’S DEALS: Equity Residential Drops $130.2M on Boston Asset

CBRE/New England brokers a Gerding Edlen sale in Boston; Berkadia brokers the sale of a California multifamily property for more than $55.5 million; and Oakwood Worldwide grabs Raleigh corporate apartments.…

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Martignetti Grabs 115 Acres for New Regional HQs in Taunton

Martignetti Grabs 115 Acres for New Regional HQs in Taunton

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor One of the largest and oldest alcohol distributors in the country is looking to consolidate its operations by moving into a new regional headquarters and distribution center building south of Boston. According to NAI Hunneman, a Boston-based provider of commercial real estate services, Martignetti Cos.…

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Pizzuti Launches Sales Operation for 80 Condos in Bulfinch Triangle

Pizzuti Launches Sales Operation for 80 Condos in Bulfinch Triangle

The North End is emerging as one of Boston’s most desired residential areas, and developers have responded optimistically to the growing demand for apartments in this dynamic neighborhood.…

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