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A Master Plan for Boston?

January 8, 2015 In Real Estate Comments Off on A Master Plan for Boston?

Tuesday’s article from Boston Magazine’s website got me thinking more about development in Boston. My first thought was “wow, is the development process really that broken? Is this an accurate

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PR Lessons Learned from Scandal

November 19, 2014 In Corporate, Crisis Communications Comments Off on PR Lessons Learned from Scandal

I have been on a shameless Scandal watching binge over the past few weeks, but am happy to report that my time has not all gone to waste. Olivia Pope

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The Draw of Downtown

July 31, 2014 In Real Estate Comments Off on The Draw of Downtown

On last week’s NAIOP Walking Tour, I had the opportunity to see, up close, many of the recent and upcoming changes to Boston’s downtown area. Development is booming across the

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Mixed messages in mixed-income

May 20, 2014 In Real Estate Comments Off on Mixed messages in mixed-income

(Photo via Multifamily Executive Magazine) In the world of multifamily, particularly luxury rentals and condos, it is all about the amenities. Each new development that we read about has the

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Stuck in the Middle

March 25, 2014 In Real Estate Comments Off on Stuck in the Middle

Last week I attended an Urban Land Institute event on the “Future of Housing Production in the Commonwealth” with a panel that featured developers and city officials. Two articles in

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Out with the old, in with the redeveloped

February 27, 2014 In Real Estate Comments Off on Out with the old, in with the redeveloped

The media is filled with news of the latest real estate developments, be it condos or office buildings. Another aspect of development that has been popping up in my monitoring

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Deferring the American Dream

January 31, 2014 In Real Estate Comments Off on Deferring the American Dream

This past week I attended ULI’s 2014 Trends in Real Estate Forum. While many of the ideas discussed I had already heard from clients and in the media, what really

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Big Changes in Store as Boston Real Estate Projects get the Green Light

November 25, 2013 In Real Estate Comments Off on Big Changes in Store as Boston Real Estate Projects get the Green Light

Photo via The Boston Globe: A street-level view of a proposed 52-story residential tower at Copley Place. The BRA has been on a roll. In the past few months, billions

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The New Normal: Luxury City Living

October 23, 2013 In Real Estate Comments Off on The New Normal: Luxury City Living

You may have noticed the cranes hovering over Boston’s skyline recently, or read one of the many articles about the thousands of housing units planned for development in the coming

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