​Bloomberg reporter Nadja Brandt recently featured three Solomon McCown clients as part of her in-depth coverage of the Boston's dynamic real estate boom. Brandt's report and accompanying video – “Boston Booms as Workers Say No to Suburbs: Real Estate” – chronicled the transformative progress of prominent projects located in all corners of the city, from South Boston's waterfront to Cambridge to the Fenway-Kenmore area. Tapped to offer perspective for the national story were Brian Kavoogian, president and founder of Charles River Realty Investors LLC, who spoke about the South Boston waterfront specifically; Shawn Hurley, executive vice president of Skanska USA Commercial Development, who discussed projects in Boston's Seaport and in Cambridge; and, Ted Tye, managing partner for National Development, whose company is active in the city Longwood Medical and Academic area. Brandt's turned to Kavoogian, Hurley and Tye to help explain the region's current boom, which is being fueled by unique ingredients for urban growth, including favorable financing conditions, a highly educated young workforce, cumulative job gains, and a strong life-science and tech industry. Click here to see how SM& clients make national news as industry leaders.