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CRE Deals Are Still Closing. Here’s How Three of Them Got Done During the Pandemic

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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Transit During The Era Of Social Distancing: How The Pandemic Has Impacted Transit & What That Means For Boston
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The use of transit and commuting has come to a halt since the start of the pandemic. Now, people are wondering what continued social distancing measures will mean for the future of subways and busses. How might the office community be impacted with limited commuter options moving forward? How will a lack of accessibility to […]

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Tenants Returning to Boston Offices Will Find A Strange New World
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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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