Sue Hawkes, Managing Director of the Collaborative Companies, has helped market many of the Hub’s best-known developments, including Ink Block, Slip65, Telford180 and Pierce Boston. Hawkes recently spoke at an event organized by NAIOP... Continue Reading
“This is just one unit?” asked my architect friend, somewhat awestruck as he scanned the incredible floor plan of the Millennium Tower Boston Grand Penthouse, a document I had secured by searching The Suffolk County Registry of... Continue Reading
Related Beal is very publicly in the midst of developing Boston living spaces without parking.
At the same time, and somewhat less widely-known, they are also developing Boston parking without living spaces. (more…)... Continue Reading
On April 11th, Banker and Tradesman, The Financial Services and Real Estate Weekly for Massachusetts wrote about my Millennium Tower Boston Special Report. Here's part of what they had to say: "There’s no end of commentary about this building.... Continue Reading
The Four Seasons Condominiums, currently under construction in Back Bay, recently revealed that one of the residences may be under agreement for $40 million.
No one should be surprised.
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When we first did [Millennium] Place,” recalls Richard Baumert, 52, a partner at Millennium Partners, “I was told by my marketing people that the absorption rate for a building like this is anywhere from two to three units a... Continue Reading
At 60 stories and 625 feet above street level, it was going to be the highest condo in Boston.
At a list price of $37.5 million it was also going to be the city's most expensive.
But was it priced to sell or was the price... Continue Reading
The Seaport had already been attracting many of the city’s most exciting new restaurants, in vogue hotels, expensive condominium projects and, of course, its most prized corporate tenants.
What Boston’s newest and hottest neighborhood... Continue Reading