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Anna Rabin
This week’s NAIOP panel, The New Shape of Boston’s Historic Neighborhood, gave attendees an exclusive look at the revitalization of one of Boston’s oldest districts. What started in the 1600s as Mill Pond and was later known as the sports hub of Boston with the Garden, is transforming into a vibrant, live work play destination....
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Recently, we joined our client Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción (IBA) to celebrate the ribbon cutting of Residencia Betances, an 11-room, single-occupancy building serving low income individuals with serious mental health issues in Boston’s South End. IBA CEO Vanessa Calderón-Rosado highlighted a list of distinguished speakers such as State Representative Aaron Michlewitz, Undersecretary of Housing and...
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Recently I attended Bisnow Boston’s event Affordable Housing: How Boston is Meeting One of The Modern World’s Most Complex Issues. I love this topic, because as exciting as it is hearing about large-scale projects and new luxury buildings springing up around Boston, we can’t forget that in order to continue our city’s growth and development,...
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With temperatures rising and real estate on fire in Greater Boston, it’s time to look at some residential hot spots offering residents a place to keep cool this summer: One Greenway: This upscale rental building in the heart of Downtown Boston gives residents the experience of the Suite 1100 Terrace, a landscaped terrace to relax...
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Recently, Mayor Marty Walsh made headlines when he spoke out in favor of the Community Preservation Act (CPA) last Wednesday at City Hall Plaza, alongside Boston City Council members and community leaders. The CPA is a law that, once adopted at the local level, allows a Massachusetts municipality to add a small surcharge to property...
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Last week, developer Delaware North Companies was tapped by the City of Boston as the latest visionary to provide much needed revitalization to City Hall Plaza. As part of the task, Delaware North is responsible for creating year-round programming to create a livable, active space that provides an all-around better experience for residents and tourists....
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Keeping Consumers in the Bank
When was the last time you actually stepped inside the local branch of your bank, rather than looked at your phone to make a transaction? A recent report by First Data called The Unbanked Generation, found that 94 percent of consumers under the age of 35 bank online, causing drastic reduction in in actual foot traffic...
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In the field of public relations, we are always looking for innovative ways to raise our ’ visibility, and social media is a huge part of our strategy. One recent tool that we’ve recommended to clients is Periscope, a live-streaming tool that launched this past March and now has 10 million users. Below are a...
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On Boston’s booming real estate scene, we’ve seen a continuous stream of news coverage around beautiful new high-rise towers and the construction of shiny office buildings. While it’s exciting to witness Boston’s latest evolution and how far we’ve come in development, it’s important to acknowledge some of the other high-priority topics in the industry, including...
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I had the pleasure of attending Hebrew SeniorLife’s EngAGE Symposium, which focused on the topic of aging and featured Arianna Huffington, Ben Vereen, Dr. Atul Gawande and Dr. Alexis Abramson. While all of the speakers were memorable, from Atul Gawande’s personal story to Ben Vereen’s moving acapella performance, Arianna Huffington’s discussion inspired me the most....
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