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  • 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 […]


  • Boston Retail Vacancy Rates Show No Change.

    by Byron Chen After the first quarter of 2013, Boston’s Retail market experienced minimal change in market conditions. The retail market saw its vacancy rate decrease from 4.4% at the end of 2012 to 4.3% at the conclusion of this most recent quarter. Vacant sublease space has trended down as well this quarter, finishing with […]


  • FRBSF Economic Letter: Cap Rate Comparison For Commercial Real Estate

    Recently, the positive change in commercial cap rates could be attributed to the recovery of credit markets. Low cap rates and weak fundamentals have lead many to question the Fed’s low interest rates. These low rates may be excessively raising commercial prices. In a quote from FRBSF, “It’s true that cap rates are at historic […]


  • Social media in Commercial Real Estate

    Trends in marketing for commercial real estate firms indicate that companies have moved beyond basic social media outlets to reach audiences. In the age of technology, online interaction has become essential. “Our industry has definitely joined in strategically implementing social media into our marketing plans,” said Ilene Jablonski, vice president of marketing of the multi-billion […]


  • Krav Maga Yashir Boston Moves to Charlestown

    Mark Triffit has successfully secured new space for Boston’s largest martial arts school and the largest dedicated Krav Maga facility on the East Coast. Mark’s negotiating skills and extensive knowledge of the market secured Krav Maga Yashir Boston a long term, ten (10) year, lease on 15,771 SF of gym space nestled historic Charlestown.  Krav […]