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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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30Apr
CRE Deals Are Still Closing. Here’s How Three of Them Got Done During the Pandemic
News

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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28Apr
Tenants Returning to Boston Offices Will Find A Strange New World
Boston Commercial Real Estate

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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