Articles Posted in the " commercial real estate " Category

  • Calling All Chocolate Lovers

    On a cold and frigid day, and at anytime of the day there is nothing better than a scorching mug of hot chocolate. Not only is Boston known for its extravagant restaurants it’s also known for its cafes. If you’re looking for that perfect drink to heat you up after a cold day out and […]


  • 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 […]


  • Cambridge – The #1 Place to Shop

    When shopping in any retail store the average shopper would never think that there could possibly be an undercover shopper amongst them. This is exactly what happened to Cambridge recently as 30 independent retailers in the city received mystery shopping visits from undercover shoppers testing to see how the customer service was rated. This was […]


  • 410 in 2014: Dunkin’ Brands Looking to Expand

    Dunkin’ Brands, which includes Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants and Baskin Robbins,  has announced that they’re planning to open up to 410 new franchises across the United States in 2014.  Currently, Dunkin’ Brands is on a 5% net annual development rate, and plans to stay on that path throughout this year. Dunkin’s Brands has been privately owned […]


  • 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 […]


  • Getting The Attention Of The New Demographic

    They’ve been referred to as millennials, Generation Y, or eighties babies.  Whatever you choose to call them one fact still hold true: the demographic of people born from the early 1980’s the late 1990’s to currently represent 28.5 percent of the population. The 28.5 percentage means that they are the single largest group accounted for […]


  • Q1 Retail Trends: Retail Sector showing Slowest Recovery

    Reis Reports Q1 2013 Retail Trends written by Kevin Friedman. Here are some significant and noteworthy trends from the Retail sector of commercial real estate in the first quarter of 2013, as explained by Dr. Victor Calanog, VP of Economics and Research at ReisReports.  The retail sector, which only began to visibly display signs of healing in 2012, […]


  • Q1 Industrial Trends show Vacancy Rates remain in Decline

    Reis Reports Q1 2013 Industrial Trends written by Kevin Friedman. Here are some significant and noteworthy trends from the Industrial sector of commercial real estate in the first quarter of 2013, as explained by Dr. Victor Calanog, VP of Economics and Research at ReisReports. * Industrial property vacancy rates remained in decline in the first quarter of 2013, […]


  • Vistaprint to Leave Lexington for Waltham

    In what Boston Business Journal states could be the largest suburban commercial real estate deal of the year, marketing products provider Vistaprint is expecting to sign a long-term lease for a new 300,000-square-foot headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts within the next couple weeks. The deal is projected to be more than 10 years. The Netherlands-based company is […]


  • China Ramps up Investment into US Real Estate

    With things looking shaky on the home front, Chinese investors have decided to try their hand in American real estate. Wealthy Chinese are pouring money into commercial and residential properties across the United States, from high-rise condominiums in San Francisco to office towers in Manhattan. Ms. Zhang Xin, the CEO of China’s largest commercial real […]


  • NorthPoint set to begin construction

    In less than a week from now, the massive redevelopment project of NorthPoint will take a major step forward. The ceremonial groundbreaking of one of the project’s apartment towers is scheduled for Wednesday May 29th. Located on a 45-acre parcel of land in Cambridge at the edge of the Charles River, the property is expected […]


  • Boston Industrial Vacancy Rates Decrease By .4%.

    by Byron Chen In the first quarter of 2013, Boston’s Industrial market has shown marked improvement in several areas when compared with data drawn from 2012. The market ended with an overall vacancy rate of 10% at the end of the quarter, decreasing from 10.4% at the end of the 4th quarter of 2012. The […]