Commercial Real Estate Blog
BOSTON — Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Public Library announced that the renovation of the…
Schiavo Enterprises LLC, based in Dedham, Mass., is the applicant and developer/owner of the project, seeking to construct 152 units of housing as well a commercial element or elements on the site, which hasn’t been utilized for well over 30 years if not longer.
If this were a normal May, every weekend would be filled with potential buyers traipsing through homes, pulling open closet doors, peeking behind shower curtains and inspecting boilers. But this is not a normal May.
The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has not only impacted the physical health of humans around the world, but the health of the U.S. economy as well. The stock market has fallen about 33 percent from its February highs, and unemployment is estimated to rise to between 20 percent and 30 percent — though no one knows the true fallout yet. Because we’re still in the thick of it.
Macy’s, one of the nation’s premier retailers, announced that it will close approximately 125 stores that together account for approximately $1.4 billion in annual sales, and focus on growing digital business.
As the spring selling season gets underway and the number of coronavirus cases and deaths rises across the United States, some agents have had to come to terms with the harsh reality that the outbreak is putting them in the delicate position of forgoing common practices such as holding open houses or even shaking hands to contain the spread of the COVID-19 disease.
After analyzing all 2019 residential sales in New England’s six beautiful states and calculating the median sale price in each zip code, real estate site PropertyShark discovered yet another way to say that buying a house is a ridiculously hard thing to do around here: Massachusetts is home to 40 of the top 50 priciest places (technically 52, due to a few ties) in the region
Post Office SQ. Begins Transformative Development BOSTON, MA—Construction has begun at the 41-story One Post Office Square in…