Monthly Archives: April 2014

Playing chips for fun…and charity

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JLL hosted a Casino Night at the top of One Post Office Square last Thursday, April 10th. Clients, friends and colleagues joined together for an evening of cocktails and mingling, as well as poker, blackjack and roulette.

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Marcos Rocha from ViralGains (left) pictured with JLL’s Bobby Jangro.

The tables were played all… Read More

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Iron Mountain team wins with high performance workspace

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The winning team with JLL's Alex Dauria and Sherie Heywood (far left)

The winning team with JLL’s Alex Dauria and Sherie Heywood (far left)

The project team for Iron Mountain’s new global headquarters at One Federal Street Boston received the New England Women in Real Estate (NEWiRE) Achievement Award for Networking. JLL’s Alex Dauria, Brad McGill and Sherie Heywood represented… Read More

Class B rents are pushing Class A in Boston

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From Lori Mabardi
Boston Research Director

JLL’s spring Skyline Review reports that the city of Boston is undergoing a large-scale transformation through its expanding innovation, growing amenity base, ongoing urbanization, and tightening office fundamentals.

While a few Skyline towers face challenges with large vacancies, on the whole, the Skyline tower set continues to be healthy. All boats are rising and… Read More

On-line banks brew up new way to reach customers

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Are bank branches dead? It seems the continued evolution of on-line banking has indeed outmoded the need for personal interactions, with smartphones giving us the ability even to make deposits without the warm smile and assistance of a teller.

We have become comfortable fitting our banking around our busy schedules, trading the security of brick-and-mortar bank branches for the convenience of a mobile lifestyle. In fact, recent Pew Research/Federal Reserve research found… Read More