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STAG Industrial Snags Two Properties for $13.4 Million; Veolia to Relocate HQs at Exchange Place

STAG Industrial Snags Two Properties for $13.4 Million; Veolia to Relocate HQs at Exchange Place

Boston-headquartered STAG Industrial, Inc., a full service real estate company focusing on the acquisition, ownership and management of single-tenant industrial properties throughout the United States, announced this week the acquisition of two properties totaling 325,000 square feet of space.…

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Harvard Reveals Massive Renovation and Expansion Plans in Allston

Harvard Reveals Massive Renovation and Expansion Plans in Allston

Harvard University, the oldest institution of higher education in the United States, announced plans to expand its footprint in the Allston neighborhood of Boston with nine development projects encompassing nearly one million square feet of new building space and around half a million square feet of renovation.…

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LEED Silver Certification Awarded to UMass Medical Building

LEED Silver Certification Awarded to UMass Medical Building

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has awarded LEED Silver certification for sustainable design and efficient operation to one of the facilities built by University of Massachusetts’ Medical School (UMMS).…

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278-Unit Multifamily Development Proposed in Dorchester

278-Unit Multifamily Development Proposed in Dorchester

Synergy Investments, a Boston development company, has filed a letter of intent with the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) and is seeking approval to create a residential community on a vacant parcel located at 25 Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester.…

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$8.35 Million Condo Project Completed in Brookline

$8.35 Million Condo Project Completed in Brookline

Nauset Construction Corporation, headquartered in Needham, MA, recently completed a $8.35 million condominium project at 2-8 Olmsted Road in the Fisher Hill Neighborhood of Brookline. The announcement comes more than one year since the joint venture between Nauset (serving as the general contractor) and Boston-based developer New Atlantic Development Corporation…

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Work Expected to Begin on Long-Stalled East Boston Residential Project

Work Expected to Begin on Long-Stalled East Boston Residential Project

A new multifamily project is ready to break ground in East Boston, one of the most promising but underdeveloped areas in the city’s Innovation District. More than ten years after designing the first sketches and several failed development attempts, New Jersey-based developer Roseland Property Co. is finally moving on with…

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BRA Green-lights Multi-Million Construction Projects

BRA Green-lights Multi-Million Construction Projects

Almost two months after filing a notice of project change for the long-stalled Millennium Tower and Burnham Building project, the development team has won approval from the BRA. With a $615 million private investment and encompassing 1.2 million square feet, the revised mixed-use project will be located at the partially…

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HFF Brokers $59 Million Ground Lease of 177 Huntington Avenue

HFF Brokers $59 Million Ground Lease of 177 Huntington Avenue

An affiliate of Beacon Capital Partners, LLC has signed a 99-year ground lease for 177 Huntington Avenue, an iconic 26-story office tower located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, LP (HFF), a leader in commercial real estate and capital market services, exclusively represented the owner—The First Church of…

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Renovation Completed at Boston Marriott Copley Place; Potential Hilton Garden Inn Hotel Pending Approval

Renovation Completed at Boston Marriott Copley Place; Potential Hilton Garden Inn Hotel Pending Approval

The award-winning Boston Marriott Copley Place completed a complex renovation of guest rooms, meeting space, health club and pool areas. Conveniently located at 110 Huntington Avenue in the city’s historic Back Bay district, the hotel has been completely re-imagined over the five-year re-design process. Inspired by nature, the building’s 1,100…

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Stalled $615 Million Project Seeking Approval to Revitalize Downtown Crossing

Stalled $615 Million Project Seeking Approval to Revitalize Downtown Crossing

Shortly after Mayor Thomas Menino announced that Chicago-based real estate investment and development firm Oxford Capital Group LLC plans to develop a 240-key hotel at 59 Temple Place in Downtown Crossing, the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) reveals another investor’s intention to revitalize the area.…

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Two Affordable Housing Assets Snag $90 M Financing for Upgrades

Two Affordable Housing Assets Snag $90 M Financing for Upgrades

By Veronica Grecu, Associate Editor Blackstone Apartments and Franklin Square House Apartments, two affordable housing communities in Boston, will be redeveloped with the help of a $90 million investment made by the AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust (HIT). As reported by Commercial Property Executive, the fixed-income investment company will rehabilitate the…

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Former Worcester Voke School Turns Residential

Former Worcester Voke School Turns Residential

A Boston-based development company announced details of a $30 million mixed-income residential complex that would replace a former school in Worcester that was shut down in 2006.…

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