The retail industry is in the midst of a rapid adjustment to changing consumer behavior, as online shopping continues to grow. While that technology has put pressure on retailers, those same brands are now using technology in new and
If you read enough commercial real estate news, you become immune to hearing discussions of this company taking 120,000 SF of space, or that company expanding from 40,000 to 60,000 SF.
But for startups or other companies without an experienced
Members of Boston’s commercial real estate industry compete against each other all the time.
But on May 12, that competition took on a completely different feel, as Cushman & Wakefield joined up with a number of other firms to compete
The traditional axiom in real estate is “Location, location, location.”
While that is still a crucial feature of any commercial property, amenities are becoming more and more important in suburban developments.
With rents in the Downtown, Seaport, and Cambridge markets
In the 5th and final part of our series of posts on sustainability, we focus on the ROI discussion surrounding sustainable and “green” developments and retrofitting projects. We’ll also discuss how “green leasing” may impact those discussions.
Part 1, Intro/State