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Molly Munroe
Recently, I attended “Beyond Boston: Building in the Outer Urban Ring,” an industry event co-hosted by Rockland Trust and The Boston Globe. As a Massachusetts native and current Boston resident, it’s always incredibly interesting to learn about the trends shaping the state I call home. A diverse panel of real estate industry executives led us...
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This week, members of our real estate team attended Bisnow’s “Emerging Markets” panel. The expert panel covered Greater Boston’s hot submarkets and the factors that contribute to successful office and residential projects outside the city. The conversation covered how developers and investors are re-imagining properties in Boston’s suburbs, transforming them to offer amenities that encourage...
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Since the beginning of the NFL season, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton’s authentic personality had led him to not only becoming league’s MVP, but also one of the top faces of the NFL. Newton’s outgoing and fun persona brought a positive edge to the NFL in a time where the league struggled with constant domestic...
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From commercial to residential, one noticeable trend in Real Estate is how those in the industry are increasingly relying on technology to meet their business goals. Here are a few companies that are taking advantage of this opportunity: coUrbanize coUrbanize, a Kendall Square-based startup, “helps communities, municipalities, and real estate developers build better cities together.”...
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Between the crisp air, hot drinks and jacket-scarf combinations, I can’t help but accept the fact that summer is officially behind us and that the fall has arrived. Not that I’m complaining – fall happens to be my favorite season. Many brands are also capitalizing on a love of autumn and have created campaigns to...
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Millennials are known as a unique generation. Defined as anyone born between the years 1980 and 2000, this age group has grown up through some significant changes in communication, with the Internet and social media playing a huge role in their lives. Millennials love brands that align with their values, make their lives easier, all...
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What do you know? People have stronger opinions about guacamole than you’d expect. In a recent attempt to promote a new food app called Cooking, New York Times Social Media Editor Michael Gold tried to spark followers’ curiosity by tweeting “Add peas to your guacamole. Trust us” with a link to a two year old...
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Pinterest’s decision to begin incorporating a “buy button” into its feed got me thinking about how companies are constantly adapting to fit their target audiences’ needs. In such a competitive world, brands are consistently finding ways to appeal to consumer demand for the most up-to-date products. Pinterest has made a name for itself as a creative...
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Dana Hall Head of School, Caroline Erisman’s byline on the epidemic of stressed-out students was recently published in Cognoscenti. Caroline discusses the dialogue around rising teen suicide rates and the pressure that students feel to succeed. She notes that it is vital to recognize the difference between encouraging success and pushing kids too far. To...
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The demand for instant gratification is creating a whole new business model. Apps like Uber, Foodler, Favor and Zipcar are providing consumers with everything they need at the drop of a hat. All of these new tools are designed to make the consumer’s life easier and to reach them at a more personal level. The...
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