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Real Estate
We recently had the pleasure of attending NAIOP’s annual, highly anticipated event: The Bus Tour. This year’s theme – “Then, Now, Next” – offered a glimpse into some of Boston’s most transformative developments in the city’s evolving and historically booming neighborhoods. We journeyed from the Financial/Central Business District to the Seaport to South Boston /...
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Boston Bisnow
Boston’s commercial real estate market continues to progress at a healthy pace, attracting global brands such as Amazon, GE, PwC and Wayfair. We attended a recent multi-panel discussion, organized by Bisnow in Boston, focused on the fundamentals of the sizzling local market and what makes it so attractive. Boston Holds 68 million Square Feet of...
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building impact
On Tuesday, May 8, SM& joined Building Impact to celebrate its 6th Annual NonGala at District Hall in Boston’s Seaport. The highly-anticipated event drew hundreds to support Building Impact’s mission to strengthen communities by empowering individuals and companies with opportunities to volunteer, donate, and connect. Reflecting this mission, the NonGala also provides onsite volunteer activities...
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Record on the road
Each city within the United States has to confront challenges in the built environment that may resemble or differ from those impacting other geographical regions. When conceptualizing space in a city, whether coastal or inland, historic or young, the influence of the public and private realms, as well as the natural world continue to shape...
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The SM& Real Estate Team was proud to spend an afternoon volunteering at Cradles to Crayons, a local non-profit organization that helps over 145,000 children in need. Every year, Cradles provides daily essentials in a “kid pack” to ensure kids thrive in school, at home and when taking part in recreational activities. The packs include...
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real estate
Recently, Urban Land Institute invited a panel of guest speakers to present their predictions for the 2018 national real estate market. The webinar, “Extra innings or Doubleheader for Real Estate 2018? What to Expect for CRE and the Economy,” offered insight into key trends for the year ahead. Here are our top three takeaways. The...
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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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air bnb
Thursday morning’s CommonWealth Newsmakers event explored “the dilemma of disruptive technology” with home sharing apps, Airbnb in particular, taking center stage. After CommonWealth’s Bruce Mohl and Jack Sullivan set the table, a panel made up of Senator Stan Rosenberg, Representative Aaron Michlewitz, Will Burns (Director of Midwest Policy and Senior Advisor at Airbnb) and Ford...
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real estate
As an action-packed 2017 ends, we’ve compiled five real estate trends that have shaped this year in real estate. Let the countdown begin! 1. Emerging Markets As the City’s development boom continues, one of the most interesting and exciting things we’ve witnessed in the past year is the focus on new areas and neighborhoods in...
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Dorchester
With so much development popping up in different neighborhoods within Boston’s downtown core, it’s interesting to see that same level of activity in two of Boston’s most infamous outer neighborhoods: Southie and Dorchester. As a Southie resident living a stone’s throw from the Dorchester line, I am astounded by the sheer volume of construction on...
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