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10Mar
Millennials and Gen Z Still Value Traditional Office Space
New Developments

Commercial landlords swept up in coworking and open office trends have not lost sight on the importance of physical office space in accommodating the Millennial and Gen-Z consumer. By Mariah Brown  | GlobeSt | March 10, 2020 Commercial landlords swept up in coworking and open office trends have not lost sight on the importance of […]

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11May
Bisnow Webinar : How to Get Boston Construction Back Underway
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Since Mayor Walsh placed all non-essential construction projects on hold, many contractors and construction workers are still without a clear direction. Recent safety tips advised by the city require 6 feet of social distancing, hand washing accessibility, protective gear, etc. However essential projects have still been actively underway without consistent guidelines of how they need […]

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15Oct
Everybody wins with luxury development in Boston
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A recent Institute for Policy Studies report offers a decidedly negative view of both the city’s luxury residential market and the homebuyers who support it. The study’s argument that the luxury buildings are populated by faceless corporate entities and international buyers seeking to park their money ignores a larger and exceptionally positive outcome for the city. (Full […]

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