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A shuffling of Stanley Black & Decker’s production and distribution network is expected to result in hundreds of layoffs as the company looks to temper the effects of an ongoing economic downturn.Read more
Commercial real estate has experienced its share of busts in recent decades. This one is different.Read more
WAYLAND, MA–R.W. Holmes, one of the largest commercial brokerage firms serving tenants and landlords in Massachusetts for more than 45 years, announced that it had negotiated a new 18,200-square-foot industrial lease at 284 Bodwell Street in Avon, MA.Read more
Prologis grew its revenue again in the first quarter, beating analysts' expectations for the world's biggest industrial property company.Read more
In the U.S., 18-wheeler big rigs are synonymous with commerce, barreling down the country’s interstate system to deliver goods of all shapes and sizes to stores or straight to buyers’ doors. But while everyone is familiar with these hulking haulers, their role as a...
Once envisioned as an Olympic stadium or a mixed-use gateway to Boston, the Widett Circle property has been purchased by the MBTA to be turned into a rail layover facility.Read more
Warehouses may not be as red-hot as they were in 2021 and early 2022, but leasing activity remains robust in the region, according to the latest data.Read more
PGIM Real Estate provided a seven-year, $90M loan to retail redevelopment specialist Edens for two properties in Woburn and Burlington.Read more
Newton-based Service Properties Trust sold a portfolio of Courtyard by Marriott and Residence Inn by Marriott hotels for $137.3 million to a joint venture.Read more
Despite elevated levels of new supply coming online over the past few years, the continued demand for industrial space is keeping market fundamentals healthy across the U.S. The national average rent for in-place leases stood at $7.12 per square foot in February,...