Category Archives: Industrial

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

E-commerce: The undeniable x-factor in growth of industrial demand

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This article originally appeared in The New England Investor.

Ask yourself this? Can you identify a month, or even a week, over the last two years when you have not had a package arrive at your doorstep thanks to online shopping? We’re guessing the answer is no for you and for most… Read More

Once considered risky and less appealing, suburban lab is here to stay

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This article originally appeared in The New England Investor.

The harder it is to get something, the more people want it. And that pretty much goes for all facets of life. So, the fact that nearly every life sciences company, both big and small, wants to be in East Cambridge—despite $70.66… Read More

Manufacturing in Greater Boston bounces back

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Jarosz_Ed_Color_Casual_smallEdward Jarosz, Executive Vice President
Industrial and logistics specialist

Our JLL Research team has just released the U.S. Q2 Industrial Outlook, and we are pleased to report following a very positive first quarter for the warehouse/distribution market, it was the manufacturing sector which showed the most growth in the second quarter of 2015. Posting an overall positive absorption of 617,209 square feet, this was… Read More