Viewing posts from: November 2000
30Nov
Debt & Equity Advisory – 2024 Loan Maturities or Variable Rate Resets?
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The market for commercial and multifamily investment properties embarked on a tumultuous journey when the Federal Open Markets Committee (FOMC) began raising rates last March. Since that time, the benchmark fed funds rate is now 525 bps higher, which has come with severe consequences, both intended and unintended.  First, we saw a wave of bond […]

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03Nov
Corporate Signs Are Proliferating on Boston Office Towers. Here’s Why.
Boston Commercial Real Estate

“It wasn’t that long ago when the best that most tenants could hope for was a plaque at a lobby entrance. A tower sign, in comparison, builds almost instant brand recognition”, said Wil Catlin, at Boston Realty Advisors. Catlin cites the recently installed CarGurus logo atop a tower at 1001 Boylston St., where the online […]

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27Jan
We, Boston, are honored to be the future home of the Lego U.S. Headquarters
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The building blocks have been laid for another major company to set up shop in Boston. The Lego Group on Tuesday announced that it would move its North American headquarters from Enfield, Conn., to Boston over the next few years, a transition expected to bring hundreds of jobs to Massachusetts at a time when concerns […]

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