Senior Vice President, Capital Markets
Boston’s apartment pipeline has been a hot topic in the media lately.
Newly delivered Class A properties are offering one to two months of concessions to maintain their lease-up velocity. Deliveries will peak in 2015 and then inevitably reduce due to rising construction costs and improving condominium economics.
The Seaport District, once Boston’s industrial neighborhood filled with empty warehouse buildings and parking lots, now stands as one of Boston’s tightest Class B markets with a vacancy rate of 7.0 percent.
This growth can be attributed to late Mayor Menino’s plan to promote the area as Boston’s innovation District in… Read More
As we all know the 2015 Super Bowl came down to one deciding play. The end zone interception by Patriots safety Malcom Butler was the difference between a New England victory and defeat. It also meant that the JLL Boston office won its bet with our colleagues at JLL Seattle.
We recently enjoyed salmon-based chowder and beer at a victory party in our One PO offices. Patriots… Read More
As the workplace evolves and perks such as free beer, snacks, flexible hours and treadmill desks are becoming the norm, one thing that has been slow to change is dogs in the workplace. In honor of National Puppy Day, we decided to take a look at the benefits of working alongside man’s best friend.
JLL Construction has completed extensive renovations to the Innovation and Design Building, which is anchored by the Boston Design Center and is located at Drydock Avenue and Design Center Place in Boston.
At the Boston Design Center, JLL Construction performed the interior renovation of all common spaces, including upgrading and revitalizing all aspects of the building. This includes: the main lobby,… Read More
Last night’s NAIOP Massachusetts Developing Leaders session focused on transforming older commercial office buildings for the demands of today’s tenants. Moderated by JLL’s Bryan Sparkes, the panel featured David Greaney, Founder and President of Synergy Investments, who recently purchased Ten Post Office Square where the event was held. Ten Post Office Square is a prime example of an asset currently going through a transition to modernize a classic… Read More
Formerly known as the hub of financial and professional business services, the Financial District continues to attract large technology, advertising, media and information companies (TAMI) to prominent Class A buildings.
The Financial District not only provides access to all major transportation hubs, but also enjoys growing numbers of retail amenities and… Read More