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A new look for Post Office Square

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We’ve all heard the excitement surrounding Boston’s Seaport District as the growing destination for companies of all types and sizes. With multiple development and expansion projects occurring there, it’s easy to forget there are other Boston neighborhoods undergoing significant changes.

The financial district’s Post Office Square neighborhood, for instance, is undergoing a serious facelift. With growing competition from the Seaport, this neighborhood is just one of many looking for new and exciting… Read More

Team reigns in top honors at CBA Achievement Awards

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The annual Commercial Brokers Association (CBA) Achievement Awards brings together several hundred of the most influential leaders and decision makers from the Massachusetts brokerage industry to honor the year’s most impressive deals and most distinguished professionals.

Video: Developments propelling Boston towards 2030

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Real estate developer RelatedBeal is currently working on major projects in downtown Boston: Lovejoy Wharf, a mixed-use project near North Station, and Congress Square, four separate buildings formerly occupied by Fidelity which will provide office, retail and residential space. These significant downtown projects are part of the Boston 2030 plan, which involves major transportation and housing projects helping Boston improve infrastructure responsibly to accommodate for anticipated growth by 2030.

Congress Square, a featured project in this segment of Chronicle,… Read More

Downtown by foot

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NAIOP’s guided tour through Downtown gave colleagues and industry professionals an up close and personal look at Boston’s newest projects.

The event began with remarks by Boston Chief of Economic Development John Barros. He encouraging the real estate community to look beyond the deals. Barros said that “it’s important to connect the dots between an active streetscape, employment, and affordable housing.”

Steve Faber of Related Beal… Read More