Colliers International Boston's Week In Review


Real Estate Articles of Note
December 28 – January 4, 2019

The following represents articles of interest to the Boston real estate community that appeared in various publications during the week. Certain news links may require site registration or subscription to access the complete article.




CambridgeSide Mall Proposal Would Turn Retail Into Office
Bisnow - Boston — January 03, 2019
The CambridgeSide mall could be going partially office if a new proposal is approved.


$12M Multifamily Building Proposed Near Ashmont MBTA Stop
Banker & Tradesman — January 03, 2019
Developer Tim Long & Assoc. has proposed a $12 million multifamily building at 1970 Dorchester Ave., steps from the Ashmont Red Line station.


Marlborough Holiday Inn Sells for $11M
Banker & Tradesman — January 02, 2019
A Marlborough hotel has sold for $11 million.


Red Sox propose Fenway improvements alongside 5,000-seat theater
Boston Business Journal — December 28, 2018
Fenway Sports Group has formally notified the city of its intent to develop a 5,000-seat performing-arts center on the corner of Lansdowne and Ipswich streets near Fenway Park.





The largest commercial property managers in Massachusetts - Boston Business Journal
Boston Business Journal — January 03, 2019
... office market is strong heading into 2019," said Aaron Jodka, director of research for Colliers International in Boston. "The soaring life science sector is driving tremendous demand for lab space throughout ...


Amidst hot market, Brockton area leads eastern Mass. in vacant industrial space
The Enterprise — December 28, 2018
...A new report from Colliers International says the vacancy rate for industrial space in Brockton is nearly four percentage points higher ...


A Tale Of Three Markets - Banker & Tradesman
Banker & Tradesman — December 28, 2018
...David Goodhue is executive managing director and Boston market leader for Colliers International...



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