The 2017 Tax Bill’s Impact on Commercial Real Estate

By Dion Sorrentino, Colliers Research Intern - Fall/Winter 2017 | December 2017

While the tax plan currently waiting for the president’s signature

A Tale Of Two Class Bs

By Jay Norman, Colliers Research Intern - Fall/Winter 2017 | December 2017

Almost 10 years after the economic downturn, the recovery that followed

The Industrial Market Is Red-Hot

By Aaron Jodka | December 2017

Greater Boston’s industrial market has posted 13 consecutive quarters of positive absorption. That has come from a

WeWork Is In Expansion Mode

By Aaron Jodka | October 2017

WeWork is one of the real estate industry’s key disruptors. Ranking behind Uber and Airbnb as the third-largest

Tenant Demand Is Off The Charts

By Aaron Jodka | September 2017

We are constantly having conversations with clients on a variant of “how much longer will this cycle run?” And it

Fitting HQ2 in the HUB: What an Amazon HQ in Boston could look like

By Aaron Jodka | September 2017

As you’ve probably seen, Amazon is on the hunt for a second headquarters, dubbed HQ2. But this isn’t just a token

The World Of $50 Rents

By Aaron Jodka | September 2017

It’s hard to find value in office space in Boston today, particularly on direct deals: This cycle has been kind to

Cambridge Is Now a Lab Majority Market

By Aaron Jodka | July 2017

For the first time ever, space in the Cambridge market has tilted in favor of lab usage. The recent completion of 50/60

Kendall Square’s Explosive Growth

By Evan Gallagher | July 2017

When I recently spoke at the NAIOP/SIOR Mid-Year Roundup, one of the major topics was the shifting and expansion of

User Sales Are Back En Vogue

By Aaron Jodka | June 2017

So far in 2017, user sales are far more common than in the previous few years. Coming out of the downturn, user

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