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Real Estate Articles of Note
June 5 – June 9, 2017

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.

 


Former Hilltop Steak House site in Saugus sold to AvalonBay Communities Inc. to make way for luxury apartments
Boston Business Journal — June 08, 2017

It's official: The site of the former Hilltop Steak House in Saugus will be turned into a block of luxury apartments.

 


Cambridge looks at redeveloping industrial area near Fresh Pond
Wicked Local — June 07, 2017

Cambridge officials shared part of the city’s long-term vision for a large, but largely hidden industrial area near Fresh Pond Monday Night.

 


General Electric falls on Fortune 500, while another Massachusetts firm, American Tower, enters list
Boston Business Journal — June 07, 2017

In all, 13 Massachusetts companies made the list, but the state didn't perform as well as last year: Just six of the firms jumped in the rankings, half the number that saw increases in 2016. While all but one of the 13 Massachusetts-based companies rose on the 2016, this year was more mixed.

 


Oath Craft Pizza plans move to new Boston HQ — and two new restaurants
Boston Business Journal — June 06, 2017

Oath Craft Pizza, a Nantucket-born startup known for its quick-bake pizza, has opened five Massachusetts locations since its founding in 2015. The company has plans for two more Boston-area locations and plans to move into a permanent headquarters.

 


2nd Time Around customers left hanging as stores close
The Boston Globe - Print Edition — June 06, 2017

The clothing with the high-end labels is still dangling from the racks of the 2nd Time Around consignment shop on Newbury Street: Herve Leger

 


Seaport Office Building’s Value Doubles in Less Than Four Years
GlobeSt.com — June 05, 2017

BOSTON—The 155170-square-foot Class A brick and beam office building at 27-43 Woodworm St. was acquired by Rockpoint Group from the Davis Companies in

 


Boston-based real estate investment firm to buy Horticultural Hall
The Boston Globe - Print Edition — June 05, 2017

Marcus Partners plans a multimillion-dollar revamp of one of the Back Bay’s historic buildings for an undisclosed sum.

 

 

 

Colliers In The News

 


citybizlist : Boston : GBREB Honors Druker, Barros While Raising Over 300K at Scholarship Breakfast
Boston Citybizlist - Commercial Real Estate — June 06, 2017

... Governor Deval Patrick, the late Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, Kevin Phelan, Co-Chair of Colliers International Boston, formerMassachusetts U.S. Senator Mo Cowan, andGoodwin Procter Chairman Emeritus Regina M. ...

 


Proposed Hotel Towers Bring Development Spotlight To Kenmore Square
Bisnow — June 05, 2017

... direction. Fenway/Kenmore is one of the tightest markets in the city, according to Colliers International director of research Aaron Jodka . At the end of Q1 2017, the office vacancy rate was only ...

 

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