Colliers International Boston's Week In Review


Real Estate Articles of Note
May 25 – May 31, 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.


Developer Drops CambridgeSide 625K SF Rezoning Petition, Will Refine and Refile
Banker & Tradesman — May 31, 2019
The developers looking to revamp the CambridgeSide mall into a mixed-use development with residential and office towers are going back to the drawing board.


Apartments on Top of Brewery Proposed for Quincy
Banker & Tradesman — May 31, 2019
A developer has proposed building 75 apartments in Quincy, on top of three retail spaces and a brewery.


Seaport Office Momentum Continues With Amazon, But WS Development Highlights Park Additions, Too
Bisnow Boston — May 30, 2019
Boston’s Amazon HQ2 consolation prize is officially underway.


One Dalton, Boston’s tallest new tower since 1976, officially opens
Curbed Boston — May 30, 2019
Or at least the Four Seasons hotel portion and a restaurant—condos to follow


Foxborough's Patriot Place Adding New Brewery
Banker & Tradesman — May 30, 2019
Worcester's Wormtown Brewery will soon open a brewery and taproom at Patriot Place in Foxborough, near Gillette Stadium, through a partnership with Maynard-based Battle Road Brewing.


Less Collaboration, More Quiet: Building For Gen Z, The Digital Natives Coming Soon To The Workforce
Bisnow - New York — May 29, 2019
The oldest members of Generation Z are now starting to enter the workforce.


Leather District Office Property Sells for $68.5M
Banker & Tradesman — May 28, 2019
A 86,484-square-foot office property in Boston's Leather District near South Station has been sold to a real estate investment firm for $68.5 million.


Boston home prices in late May range all the way to more than $3,000 a square foot
Curbed Boston — May 28, 2019
But that’s in the usual suspects—the Seaport, Back Bay, Fort Point, etc.—while relative deals abound in other enclaves


Worcester Public Market Expanding Offerings in Canal District
Banker & Tradesman — May 28, 2019
The public market being built in Worcester's Canal District will offer beer, courtesy of a Wachusett Brewing Co. taproom.


After Period of Historic Growth, Total Number of Restaurants in Boston Declined in 2018
CoStar — May 24, 2019
CoStar Market Insights: After Years of Expansion, Costs and Competition Beginning to Harm Growth


Seaport Development Would Link Two Massport Parcels
Banker & Tradesman — May 24, 2019
Boston Global Investors’ proposed development of two Massport-owned parcels in the Seaport District calls for a 645,000-square-foot office building next to the MBTA World Trade Center station and a 2-story building between two Massachusetts Turnpike off-ramps.






Housing supplier, moldings maker lease in Northborough warehouse
Worcester Business Journal — May 30, 2019
Maintenance Supply Headquarters will lease 98,000 square feet and Metrie will lease 58,000 square feet, according to Colliers International, the firm that completed the leases.


Hudak Shifts to Capital Markets at Colliers Boston
CoStar — May 29, 2019
15-Year Industry Veteran to Focus on the Sale of Office, Industrial Properties Throughout Greater Boston


Colliers Boston’s Caleb Hudak Moves to Capital Markets Team
Boston RE Times — May 28, 2019
Current Colliers Senior Vice President Caleb Hudak will be transitioning to the Capital Markets team to focus on the sale of office and industrial properties throughout Greater Boston.


Baystate Business: Memorial Day Weekend on the Cape (Radio)
Bloomberg — May 24, 2019
39:37 - Aaron Jodka joins Bloomberg to talk recent real estate news.


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