Monthly Archives: August 2017

Top 10 stories of the summer

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As summer winds to a close, so too does the bevy of out of office email replies and constant vacations. While many of us were off relaxing, soaking in the sun, or hitting the links over the last several months, a number of exciting things happened around Greater Boston.

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An ambition to advance veterans in CRE

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Zach Gramlich, JLL Brokerage Associate

JLL Boston’s newest Suburban broker Zach Gramlich admits his foray into commercial real estate has been a tough one. That’s because Zach, a former Recon Marine, is one of the thousands of veterans transitioning from the military into the professional world.

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A lack of supply paves the way for steadily rising rents in Boston

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While Boston has seen a surge in demand for Class B brick and beam product, there’s still nothing like the prestige of being in a premium office building – even if it comes with a sky-high cost. This year, the average price tag for space across North America’s Skyline buildings is $44.55 per square foot – an all-time high.

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Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated

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More than 100 years ago, Mark Twain famously remarked “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated,” upon learning that one American newspaper prematurely printed his obituary while he was still alive. It seems, today, we could draw the same parallel with respect to retail. But, retail is not dead or even dying; it’s changing and reinventing itself.

“A big problem that underlines the retail headlines these days is journalists using Sears,… Read More