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Real Estate Articles of Note
October 20 – October 26, 2018

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.

 

Campanelli plans renovations at newly acquired Canton office
Boston Business Journal — October 26, 2018
Braintree-based real estate development firm Campanelli and Dallas-based TriGate Capital LLC have acquired 250 Royall St. in Canton with plans to launch a redevelopment of the three-story office.

 

'Congrats on a great quarter': These biotechs got the most Q3 kudos
Boston Business Journal — October 26, 2018
It's quarterly earnings season, which means that investors are finding out how much revenue the state's biggest life sciences companies are bringing in, what they expect through the end of the year, and where their weaknesses lie.

 

North Station-to-Seaport District ferry likely to launch in early 2019
Curbed Boston — October 25, 2018
Privately funded route had been scheduled to set sail in fall 2018

 

Somerville zoning could see biggest changes since 1990
Curbed Boston — October 25, 2018
Immensely dense city wants to preserve current character but encourage development

 

Shake Shack will open at Watertown’s revamped Arsenal Mall
Boston Business Journal — October 24, 2018
The popular burger chain will open at Arsenal Yards, the large-scale mixed-use redevelopment of the former Arsenal Mall in Watertown, next year.

 

Peloton Cruises into Boston - Banker & Tradesman
Banker & Tradesman — October 24, 2018
High-end fitness concept Peloton is building a showroom at the Prudential Center mall in Boston for its first urban location in New England.

 

Cambridge and Watertown testing shared bus-bike lane along Mount Auburn corridor
Curbed Boston — October 24, 2018
Cambridge and Watertown, along with the state Department of Conservation and Recreation, have rolled out a painted lane for buses and bikes only along the busy Mount Auburn Street corridor that runs through the two neighboring municipalities.

 

All Boston residents now within 10-minute walk of a ‘high-quality’ park: City
Curbed Boston — October 23, 2018
San Francisco only other major U.S. city to hit the milestone

 

Forget Oakland Or Hoboken. Worcester, Mass., Is The New 'It' Town
NPR.org — October 23, 2018
Once left for dead, the city outside Boston is seeing its stock price rise so fast that it is outpacing nearly every other small city in America.

 

Pfizer, Bain launch startup to focus on nervous system diseases
BostonGlobe.com — October 23, 2018
The new company, funded with $350 million, will be based in the Boston area.

 

Five development projects that reshaped Boston's Fenway in the 5 years since the Red Sox last played in the World Series
Boston Business Journal — October 23, 2018
Here’s a rundown of five developments that have changed the face of Boston's Fenway neighborhood in the 5 years since the Red Sox last won the World Series.

 

Massport taps Malden firm to develop key parcel in Boston waterfront
Boston Business Journal — October 22, 2018
A Malden developer is looking to build two properties on a South Boston waterfront parcel into a seafood plant and a seafood processing or cold storage facility. The move could free up space down the road for a gondola tram system that has been proposed.

 

Boston wins $2.5M from Bloomberg for environmental programs
Boston Business Journal — October 21, 2018
Boston wins $2.5 million for its climate-change efforts.

 

 

COLLIERS IN THE NEWS

 

Baystate Business: Markets, Real Estate, Harvard
Bloomberg Radio — October 25, 2018
26:11 - Aaron Jodka of Colliers talked about the overall real estate scene in Boston.

 

 

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