Daily Archives: February 12, 2018

Northeastern University Tops Off 20-Story. 825-Bed Student Residence Hall

By Jason Kornwitz News at Northeastern BOSTON--Northeastern held a topping-off ceremony for the Columbus Avenue student apartments on Wednesday, marking a significant moment in the construction...

Commercial Brokers Association Announces 2017 Achievement Awards Finalists

Boston– The Commercial Brokers Association (CBA) announced the finalists for its annual CBA Achievement Awards, which will recognize the Greater Boston area’s most significant...

Valencia College Debuts Residential Property Management Program

CHICAGO– The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®) is collaborating with Valencia College in Orlando, FL, to support their launch of a residential property...

Worcester Housing Community to Undergo Major Renovation With $16.4 Million in MassHousing Financing

BOSTON – MassHousing has closed on $16.4 million in affordable housing financing to the WinnCompanies, for the rehabilitation and long-term preservation of the historic...

MassHousing Provides $135.5 Million Financing for 404-Unit Symphony Plaza in Boston

BOSTON–  MassHousing has provided a total of $135.5 million in financing to an affiliate of the non-profit Retirement Housing Foundation (RHF), to enable RHF...

CTA Construction Completes Final Building Apartment Renovation Phase of Newtowne Court Project

CAMBRIDGE, MA – CTA Construction Managers recently completed the 36th of 36 phases of the Newtowne Court renovation project, which includes updates to eight...

Maureen Hickey, Director of Strategic Initiatives in the Campus Planning and Development at Northeastern,...

NEWTON, MA– Academic Real Estate Summit announced that Maureen Hickey, Director of Strategic Initiatives in the Campus Planning and Development at Northeastern University, will...

Pre-Engineered Buildings: Perception vs. Reality

By Bob France SHIRLEY, MA--Pre-Engineered is a term we hear a lot in construction and it’s becoming more prevalent as technology is continually improving. However,...
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