Viewing posts from: May 2020
The Recession Will Hurt, But Boston’s Multifamily Market Is Poised For A Quick Recovery
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By Drees Stribling | Bisnow | May 8, 2020 The initial shock of the coronavirus pandemic might be past, but that doesn’t mean landlords, tenants, developers or prospective renters and buyers aren’t still trying to cope. A cornerstone of operating multifamily buildings as safely as possible has been “communicate, communicate, communicate,” Samuels & Associates principal […]

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Even After Your Office Reopens, You May Not Be Going Back

By Paul Singer | WGBH | May 4, 2020 Whenever non-essential offices reopen, here’s the first thing to remember: About two-thirds of us probably won’t be going back in. At least not for a while. Gov. Charlie Baker has assembled a team to begin talking about reopening the economy, and of course everybody is anxious […]

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Boston launches $6M fund for business reopenings
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By Catherine Carlock  | Boston Business Journal | May 27, 2020 Boston officials have pledged $6 million in grants to support small businesses where employees must work in close proximity with either coworkers or customers — such as hair salons and barber shops, retail stores, gyms and food service establishments — to provide personal protective equipment […]

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