|Cindy Dwyer, Belclare Sales Director and Jordan Warshaw, Developer|
Celebrate the sellout of Belclare - 5 months before Certificate of Occupancy!
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Courtesy of BostonMagazine.com
By Bryanna Cappadona
In a recent study, Zillow gives Starbucks a lot of credit for dramatically impacting home values. Insight from property pros, however, suggests the coffee chain might not be worthy of all the credit in these quarters. READ MORE
Friday, March 6, 2015
|A rendering of the proposed Point project in the Fenway.|
By Jack Newsham | Globe Correspondent February 26, 2015
The Point, a proposed tower at the western edge of the Fenway meant to serve as a gateway to the neighborhood, is now planned to be even taller.
The glass-and-steel Park Drive building would cap a stretch of developments by Steve Samuels, whose company during the past decade has built several residential buildings with ground-level retail space in the Fenway. In 2013, Samuels & Associates formally proposed replacing the single-story sub shop at Brookline Avenue and Boylston Street with a 320-apartment glass tower.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
By Catherine Carlock
Real Estate Editor-
Boston Business Journal
The Ink Block project on the edge of Boston's South End neighborhood has steadily been gaining momentum, with a 50,000-square-foot Whole Foods and apartment buildings One Ink and Two Ink opening in January. Read more here...
Ted Tye, managing partner of National Development, on site at the Ink Block project in Boston's South End.