The spring home-buying season, marked by April open houses and May closings, is nearing its peak. This year, though, it’s been more like a bump. The reason? There’s just not much to buy out there.
As the Boston skyline continues to grow, The Collaborative Companies (TCC) of Boston plays a demonstrable role in supporting and enabling that change and growth. Within the TCC family of high-producing pros, four key standouts are Jenny Chen Robertson, sales coordinator; Michael Moynihan, sales executive and director of business development; Shannon Lavin, sales executive; and…
After last spring’s pandemic shutdown delayed the $400 million-plus project on Stuart Street in Back Bay, the 35-story mixed-use building is making noticeable vertical headway and is expected to be completed by summer 2022.
Photo credit: EchelonSeaport Luxury urban living is about to reach new heights. EchelonSeaport sets a brand-new standard in the Boston residential market. As the first U.S. residential address branded by five-star Regent Hotels & Resorts, EchelonSeaport has been expertly crafted by world-renowned architect Kohn Pederson Fox with a signature design featuring a tiered center courtyard, elegantly…
Chef and owner Matt McPherson is planning to open a cafe in East Boston’s Clippership Wharf development in spring 2021. Café Iterum will feature a menu he describes as a “fusion of world cuisine,” inspired by his past experiences as a restaurant chef.
Even though multifamily development was impacted by Boston’s construction restrictions put into place in mid-March, the metro has already delivered 21 projects since the start of the year.
Watch Sue Hawkes, Managing Director of The Collaborative Companies consider the impact of Coronavirus on the Boston multifamily market, and discuss the importance of virtual assets and flexibility within the marketing world during these uncertain times.
By Steve Adams | Dec 30, 2019 Sales activity at EchelonSeaport could be a good barometer of what to expect in the Boston luxury condo market for 2020: healthy demand for smaller, more efficient units that appeal to buyers in the sub-$1 million range.
By Globe Magazine | Nov 10, 2019 Longtime leaders in residential sales, women are now flexing their muscles in the commercial realm When Sue Hawkes graduated from college in the 1970s, she moved to Boston and gave herself one week to find a job. That’s how Hawkes came to be hired as sales representative…