Monthly Archives: January 2018

As Greater Boston’s economy flourishes, so does commercial real estate

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From Julia Georgules
New England Research Director

What a year it was for Boston metro’s office market in 2017. As economic conditions locally continued to improve, the office market benefited from significant tenant demand, bolstered not only by locally-based companies expanding in the market, but also by new entrants looking to tap into the area’s talent and innovation engines.

Likewise, the metro’s industrial market also… Read More

Spreading goodwill in our community

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From Antonio Invencio
General Manager

For the past three years, our property management team at Hasbro, Inc. has had the honor of participating in the company’s annual Hasbro Global Day of Joy. Every December, Hasbro empowers all of its employees worldwide to spend the day volunteering in their local communities in order to bring holiday cheer to children in need.

For the second year in… Read More

Partnering with MIT to drive innovations in CRE

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A little over a year ago, we expanded our longtime relationship with the MIT Center for Real Estate and became a founding industry partner of their new Real Estate Innovation Lab. With our shared mission and passion for innovation and real estate, this partnership proved a synergistic opportunity for both our organizations.

“Our partnership with MIT and the learnings that we get from just being in this innovation ecosystem gives us an… Read More

From military base to innovation ecosystem

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From Mike Travaline
Public Institutions Associate

Once upon a time, Fort Devens was a temporary cantonment for training soldiers during World War I and later a U.S. Army Reserve. Today, the area roughly 40 miles Northwest of Boston has become a growing technology and manufacturing hub. Look no further than Quiet Logistics as proof. The company, which occupies over 400,000 square feet in Devens,… Read More

The workplace experience offsets location cost

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In our recent Tech Office Trends report, we explored six of the top trends impacting the real estate decisions of tech companies. One of the more notable trends was the thought of cost being irrelevant in terms of office location.

Even though Boston’s tech fit out cost is eight percent over the U.S. average, the market is still ranked number six for greatest absolute gain in tech employees in 2016. Major companies… Read More