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13Nov
Boston Apartment Properties on Block
Capital Markets

Two Boston apartment buildings are being pitched as a value-added play. The listing includes a 54-unit building at 49 Worthington Street, near the Longwood Medical Area, and a 55-unit property at 16 Westland Avenue, near where the Back Bay and Fenway neighborhoods meet. Both are fully occupied. The offering is expected to attract bids north […]

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01May
Multi-Family Owners Will Feel the Impact of COVID19
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The coronavirus pandemic has effected the entire world and every industry. The economy is at a halt and the number of unemployment claims are growing at a rate we haven’t seen since the Great Depression. According to the Washington Post, 25% of the national unemployment claim come from the food and beverage (F&B) industry. Compared […]

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03Oct
Boston Developers, Officials See More Supply As A Remedy For The Affordable Housing Crisis
New Developments

Housing in Boston, as in many major U.S. cities, has become increasingly expensive and has made it challenging for middle-class workers to afford to live near their jobs. The affordable housing crisis dominated the discussion at Bisnow’s Multifamily Annual Conference New England, held last week at the Westin Copley Place, where city leaders and developers proposed a series […]

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