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Real Estate
Real Estate
2018 was a wild year. In the realm of real estate, Amazon’s HQ2 search, the impact of a fluctuating stock market and ongoing trade disputes on investment and development, and the squeeze of the housing market dominated headlines. As we dive into the second month of 2019, we anticipate that this year will prove just...
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Opportunity Zones
When Amazon announced that it was building one of its two new headquarters in Long Island City, most attention focused on the lavish $1.2 billion tax incentive package that helped lure America’s eighth largest company to the five boroughs. But there was an additional, less noticed sweetener. Tucked into President Trump’s 2017 tax overhaul was...
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power women
You might think that in 2019 women wouldn’t need to get together and remind one another to speak up in meetings in order to be taken seriously at work. But as it turns out, we do. I recently attended a “Boston Power Women” event honoring a number of impressive women in the commercial real estate...
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This year’s annual ULI Fall Meeting brought thousands of bright minds across industries and the country to learn about national and local trends affecting today’s real estate market. As part of the real estate organization’s WULI initiative, that empowers and connects women in real estate, Solomon McCown CEO Helene Solomon joined over 150 women as...
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ULI
Boston has a unique architectural landscape. Buildings with stunning glass façades stand adjacent to those that are centuries old, representing the ever-evolving interplay between Boston’s past and innovative future. In order to get the most of your time while attending ULI, check out these five buildings that provide a historic and forward-looking lens through which...
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ULI
October is a great month to visit Boston. The leaves are changing, the Red Sox are in the playoffs and the crisp cool air welcomes out-of-towners to autumn in New England. Unfortunately for ULI attendees, the Seaport has no trees, the Red Sox will be in Oakland/the Bronx for Game 3 (and possibly 4) and...
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ULI Fall Meeting
Almost as busy as Boston’s real estate scene is the city’s food scene. Below are a few of our favorite places to grab lunch while attending this week’s ULI Fall Meeting.   Tatte Bakery & Cafe (various locations) This Boston bakery has eight existing locations around the city including Fenway, Back Bay, and Cambridge, with one...
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NAIOP
As Boston development surges, developers and urban planners are implementing strategic placemaking strategies aimed at connecting people within the areas they share. We recently attended NAIOP’s “Development Unicorns: Neighborhood Game Changers” event to hear some of Boston’s leading developers discuss the rapid and transformative evolutions of three Boston neighborhoods. Here are some key takeaways from...
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A year and a half after the MBTA ended late night transit service, it’s back, albeit in a reduced format. At the beginning of this month, some of the more popular bus routes were extended beyond traditional hours, many until 3 AM. Though it is not a perfect set-up – I would be unaffected by...
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fenway
One of Boston’s most historic areas, the Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood has experienced a surge of growth over the past few years and continues to be a hot topic in the news. Capitalizing on its excellent location, transportation accessibility, youthful population density and cultural cornerstone status, developers are breathing life into the area through the strategic placement...
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