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US warehouse vacancy rose in first quarter as demand waned
While still below long-term averages, industrial real estate vacancy in the US has crept up to the highest level in 14 years as more warehouses face less demand for distribution space. Builders are responding to the downturn with fewer new projects, so rents have yet...
Performance of REITs and Private CRE is Best Correlated Over Longer Holding Periods
People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News From Around NH
SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE MARKETBEAT REPORTS
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.Read more
The Greater Boston Office Market Continues to Slip
The greater Boston office market is experiencing a decline as we approach mid-2023, with muted leasing velocity and significant difficulties facing investment sales, according to an office market report from Hunneman Research Department. Read more
Electric Hydrogen Co. Leases 187,236 SF Manufacturing Space at Pathway Devens in Devens
Clean energy firm Electric Hydrogen Co. has leased 187,236 square feet of manufacturing space at Pathway Devens, located at 33 Jackson Road in Devens, MA.Read more
Amazon-Backed Clean Energy Startup To Open Major Factory In Mass.
A Natick-based cleantech company has signed a 187K SF lease to open a new factory at King Street Properties' campus in Devens, the second major clean energy company to come to the area.Read more
Angel Commercial, LLC has brokered the sale of two adjacent properties at 1255 and 1297 West Broad St., for a total price of $7.25 million to West Broad Street Property Owner LLC.
Located adjacent to I-95, next to Dunkin, with accessibility and visibility, the properties are being developed by GFI Partners, a real estate developer, operator, and investment manager based in Boston.Read more
Landlords and tenants in 2023 – by David Skinner
Part 1 will exhibit my general theory of landlord vs. tenant relationships and how they drive the commercial real estate marketplace. Part 2 will share my understanding of what this means for us in today’s world.Read more
New Hampshire market update April 2023 – by Michael Harrington
In general, the peak development/construction cycles in New Hampshire tend to have smaller peaks during an economic upturn and swallower valley’s during an economic downturn as compared other states. Read more