Viewing posts from: December 2017
31Oct
City of Champions (Again!)
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Red Sox Roll Down Victory Lane Bostonians celebrated (another) Red Sox World Series Championship in the by-now, all-too-familiar duck boats, “rolling rally” format. Sox pride filled the streets of Boston as confetti seemed to rain down from sky and spectators on the street (and in office windows!), cheered trying to catch a glimpse of their […]

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23Oct
Beat LA … Again?
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Do Damage In anticipation of an exciting return for Red Sox to the World Series after a historic season, we thought we’d take a look at how Boston and Los Angeles Class-A office markets have changed since 1988 … the last appearance for the Dodgers. Even though Downtown LA’s Class A office inventory is nearly 2 […]

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15Oct
Everybody wins with luxury development in Boston
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A recent Institute for Policy Studies report offers a decidedly negative view of both the city’s luxury residential market and the homebuyers who support it. The study’s argument that the luxury buildings are populated by faceless corporate entities and international buyers seeking to park their money ignores a larger and exceptionally positive outcome for the city. (Full […]

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