Category Archives for "Massachusetts commercial real estate investing"

Medical Building on Hartwell St. in Lexington Sells

A medical building at 83 Hartwell Street in Lexington, Massachusetts sold in October 2017 for $4,150,000. The building has 44,000 square feet making the square foot price $94.32. The property also includes more than three acres of land. The building is a single tenant medical property that is considered to be high vacancy. If you [...] Continue reading

Commercial Real Estate Is Still Viewed as a Good Investment

The RealtyShares group recently conducted a survey of more than 2,000 Americans.  The focus of the survey was commercial real estate investment and the responses show that even those who feel they cannot currently invest in real estate at this time, they believe these are important investments, and there is a lot of optimism about [...] Continue reading

Westwood Office Changes Hands

The office property located at 101 Station Drive in Westwood has been purchased by AEW Capital Management for $53.1 million. This property has 208,124 square feet and is completely leased. Some of the tenants include General Dynamics, The Predictive Index, Honeywell, Mott MacDonald, and the Boston Children’s Hospital. This office building was recently renovated with [...] Continue reading

Fundamentals Could Lift The Office Sector In 2018

In at least one real estate investment forecast, office space looks to be a solid investment choice in 2018. Reasons include a strong demand for office space with limited supply and other real estate markets seeing a tightening in yield spreads making return on investments riskier. These factors combined with an expected strong economy indicate [...] Continue reading

The Suburbs are Gradually Becoming Like Boston

If it seems like the suburbs are becoming more urban, it is because that is exactly what is happening. Suburban cities are gradually developing, mimicking urban life and bringing plenty of people along. This is especially true for suburban spaces around Cambridge and downtown Boston. The urban markets are undoubtedly quite active in terms of [...] Continue reading

What to Look for When Investing in Suburban Office Space

Investors in office real estate are often now finding the cost of urban sites to be prohibitive.  In many cities, there is only so much real estate for offices available, and often there is a great deal of competition for those spaces, often including foreign investors willing to pay inflated prices to be a part [...] Continue reading

Remodel Trying to Attract Data Jobs to Malden

Changes are coming to Malden, and it could be the beginning of new opportunities for people to live and work in the area, and for real estate investors to continue to facilitate growth.  Malden Center, the government center complex in the community is getting a new look, and as it is, other property near it [...] Continue reading

Gateway Cities Could Be the Future for Boston Commuters

The next real estate opportunity in the greater Boston area might be the development of Gateway cities.  Communities like Brockton and Lynn are important to the future balanced growth in not only the Boston area, but in Massachusetts as a whole, as long as improvements to commuter opportunities and a few other improvements are made.  [...] Continue reading