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Diversity In Development: The Changing Face of Building in Boston
May 18, 2022
Diversity In Development: The Changing Face of Building in Boston
Observe the development industry for any length of time and you’ll quickly notice that it’s usually older, ...
by Michael Sherry
BG Reacts: Boston Metropolitan Area Planning Council Calls to Rethink Strip Mall Renovations
February 25, 2022
BG Reacts: Boston Metropolitan Area Planning Council Calls to Rethink Strip Mall Renovations
In the Greater Boston area, two major trends are currently taking place: the high price tag of housing ...
by Brit O'Neill
Betting Big on Office Space in Boston
February 7, 2022
Betting Big on Office Space in Boston
An old investing adage says to, “buy when there’s blood in the streets, even if the blood ...
by Michael Sherry
Laboratory Conversions Defy Pandemic-Era Narratives
January 24, 2022
Laboratory Conversions Defy Pandemic-Era Narratives
The news that up-and-coming life sciences startup Prime Medicine will fill the former Sears location at the ...
by Michael Sherry
A New Opportunity for Transit-Oriented Development
December 20, 2021
A New Opportunity for Transit-Oriented Development
When Governor Baker signed a historic economic development bill earlier this year, a great deal of attention ...
by Michael Sherry
Real-Estate Development: Is it Placemaking or Peacemaking?
September 19, 2019
Real-Estate Development: Is it Placemaking or Peacemaking?
At the Belfort Group, we have been working real-estate public relations for almost four decades. If you look north, west and south of the city, and even as far as Worcester, Springfield and Cape Cod, our team has their mark on commercial and mixed-use real-estate projects in Burlington, Chelmsford, Wareham, Revere, Taunton, Dartmouth, Hanover, Lexington, Cambridge, Boston and over 30 more cities and towns.
by Don Martelli