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06Jul
Boston’s new transit hub developments will lead the country by example
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Boston is uniquely positioned for an immediate rebound and long-term growth. According to Experian data compiled by Site Selection Group in 2019, only 12.34% of the Boston workforce used public transit for their commute; compared to NYC at 31%, followed by San Francisco at 15.5%, and Washington, D.C. at 13.47%.  In the now and as […]

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01Jul
Modular Construction Acolytes Think A Rebrand Is In Order
Modular Housing

By Dees Stribling | Bisnow | June 30, 2020 New materials and digital technology are making modular construction a more efficient construction option than before, but there are still obstacles to its growth and acceptance. One of those is the term “modular” itself. The construction method needs a rebrand, experts say, to ditch some old and incorrect connotations. “With the term modular, there are […]

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01Jul
Boston Office Update: Subleasing, Retail & The Evolving Market
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The Boston office landscape, like many markets across the U.S, still has a lot of uncertainty. Occupancy is lower than expected, retail and restaurant tenants in office assets are being hit hard and subleasing is spreading. How are owners responding to the needs of a shifting market? Are they bailing tenants out financially? To what […]

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