Articles Posted in the " ABG " Category

  • A Historic Agreement for Chelsea, MA

    Chelsea, Massachusetts is in the midst of a historic agreement for the city; The City Council unanimously endorsed a resolution, which authorizes City Manager Jay Ash to enter into a $2.5 million a year deal for Surrounding Community Agreement with Mohegan Sun. Manager Jay Ash and City Council President Matt Frank discussed the agreement, and […]


  • Female Entrepreneurs

    For as long as can be remembered, there have been challenges regarding women’s salaries and wages in the workforce compared to those of men. There has always been a salary gap between men, and women. In 2010, women earned 77 cents to every dollar that men made. A recent study from Babson College suggests that […]


  • NESN – Drama at the Station

    I bet many of you watch a sporting network favorite, NESN, almost everyday. What many of you probably don’t know well, but have heard of, the recent drama behind NESN’s closed doors. NESN recently made a huge announcement yesterday morning when Red Sox chairman Tom Werner addressed Red Sox Media in Fort Myers, Florida saying […]


  • Together Festival to Return

    Ever heard of the Together Fest? This electronic music and technology festival returns May 11th-18th. The fifth festival throughout the years is in the works and organizers stated that they’ll be posting performance and booking information as they receive it. Yasiin Bey, known as Mos Def until the summer of 2011, will be playing in […]



  • Leased: 4,000 Sq Ft of Industrial Space in Somerville

        Toni Shelzi, of ABG Commercial Realty, represented the lessee, Soar Enterprises LLC,  and lessor, Joy Street Limited Partners, in the lease of a 4,000 square foot of industrial and flex space at 64 Joy Street in Somerville.  The lease was signed on January 15, 2014. Joy Street Limited Partners also works in conjunction […]


  • Kendall Square Startup – CoUrbanize

    A new Kendall Square startup, coUrbanize, creates websites which serve as a meeting place to hold community project and development discussions. This “has become a player in Cambridge civic life” according to Cambridge Daily. coUrbanize recently took a look at “bankification” in Harvard Square and Central squares and compared the number of banks to cafes. […]


  • Kendall Apartment Tower with Garden New and Improved

    When in Boston the constant bustling of all surroundings can be overbearing at times. If you’re looking for a peaceful place to relax, or if you’re a nature loving individual you can come appreciate some of the beauties in life with The Kendall Apartment Tower connected to a garage with a spacious rooftop garden. Anyone […]


  • 3 Things to Consider as You Get Ready to List a Commercial Property

    With property values rising across the country, home and commercial property owners are more open to the idea of selling. If you’re ready to unload your commercial property, a few tips can help you keep a level head throughout the process. Get the most money for your property with small do-it-yourself upgrades. You can raise […]


  • Office vacancy rates decrease, construction increases

    Quarter 4 figures are out and Boston’s office market ended the quarter with a vacancy rate of 9.9%. The vacancy rate decreased from 10.2% during quarter three, indicating a higher demand for office space in the Boston area.  In the first quarter of 2012, vacancy rates stood at 10.8% and have continued to decline steadily since. In […]


  • JP Licks returns to the Back Bay!

    JP Licks returns to the Back Bay!

    After the closing of Jp Licks ice cream on Newbury Street, the ice cream shop has announced they will be returning to a new location in the Back Bay! Looney Tunes, Boylston St. (below) JP Licks on Newbury before closing (below) The new location is the former “Looney Tunes” record store on Boylston Street, near […]


  • Wellington Place Sells for $40 Million

    Wellington Place Sells for $40 Million

    Wellington Place, an apartment complex in Medford, Massachusetts, has sold for 40 million dollars.  The complex is 6 acres wide and has a total of 137 units.  MIREF Wellington LLC bought Wellington Place. Medford is only four miles outside of Boston; this puts Wellington Place within walking distance of the MBTA.  The nearest stop is […]