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13May
Boston CRE Doyen Ron Druker: “We’ll Come Back From This”
Capital Markets

By Dees Stribling | Bisnow | May 13, 2020 “What keeps you up at night?” a Bisnow webinar audience member asked Ron Druker, Boston commercial real estate luminary and president of The Druker Co. “Right now, my dog keeps me up at night,” Druker said. “The answer is — I can only control what I […]

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07May
The Recession Will Hurt, But Boston’s Multifamily Market Is Poised For A Quick Recovery
Capital Markets

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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04May
Even After Your Office Reopens, You May Not Be Going Back
News

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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