Seaport’s Center Of Gravity Is Shifting

By Aaron Jodka | June 2017

Have you walked through the Seaport lately? It is truly amazing how rapidly the neighborhood is changing. Decades in

Leasing Obstacles for Today’s Office Tenants

By Gregory Tanner | May 2017

An office space search can be very overwhelming. Whether an organization is building out a new space or renovating an

NASDAQ’S Run Could Drive Further Class B Rent Gains

By Gregory Tanner | March 2017

Boston in recent years has been a market driven by the tech industry. The talent pool in and around Boston has

Waltham’s Moving In Different Directions

By Aaron Jodka | March 2017

Waltham is often considered the barometer of the suburban office market. And for good reason: It offers close

Class B > Class A

By Aaron Jodka | March 2017

Boston’s office market has historically been driven by its Class A inventory. As rents in that segment of the market

Shifting Tower Dynamics

By Aaron Jodka | February 2017

This has been a very different cycle than is typical for Boston. Thanks to a resurgent TAMI sector (technology,

The Inner Suburbs – The Next Big Thing?

By Aaron Jodka | December 2016

The inner suburbs surrounding Boston and Cambridge are rapidly changing and the real estate community should pay

Cambridge Rising

By Aaron Jodka | November 2016

It has been called the most innovative square mile on the planet. Home to world-class research institutions,

DTX In The Crosshairs

By Aaron Jodka | October 2016

Downtown Crossing — DTX to locals — is hopping. A long-time center of commerce in the city, it has undergone several

Are Charter Schools the New Urban Amenity?

By Aaron Jodka | September 2016

In November, Massachusetts voters will be choosing more than the next president—they’ll be deciding whether or not

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