Viewing posts from: April 2020
CRE Deals Are Still Closing. Here’s How Three of Them Got Done During the Pandemic
Downtown Office

By Catherine Carlock  – Real Estate Editor, Boston Business Journal | May 1, 2020 On a mid-April webinar to the Commercial Brokers Association in Boston, office broker David Martel gave a sobering statistic: between 90-95% of active real-estate deals are either on hold or dead amid the coronavirus pandemic. “To say it’s unprecedented is an […]

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Tenants Returning to Boston Offices Will Find A Strange New World
Boston Commercial Real Estate

By Dees Stribling | Bisnow | April 27, 2020 Most Boston commercial space is now empty, but the time is approaching when many or most workers return, perhaps in shifts or only a few days a week. Property managers are already trying to sort out the transition, speakers on Bisnow’s health and safety in property management webinar […]

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Odds Favor A Diverse Economy Like Boston’s in The Painful Recovery
Capital Markets

By Dees Stribling | Bisnow | April 20, 2020 The future of Boston commercial real estate is facing a barrage of hard questions. A recession is here, but how deep will it be and for how long? How will turmoil reshape the local commercial market, and will recovery be as painful as everyone now fears? […]

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