The CRE Insider
Graves Light marks the outer edge of the Boston Harbor Islands and a huge, semi-submerged ledge. But a dispute involving a property tax bill ignited a question: What town is it in?
What makes for a good lab building? No matter whether you’re a landlord looking to convert, a developer planning a ground-up building or a tenant looking for a home, here’s what to look for.
Experts say Greater Boston’s huge volumes of lab space under construction could give international biotechs without a local presence an opportunity to plant their flag.
Currently, there are 53 life science companies actively seeking space throughout the metro area, but total requirements have fallen to just 1.6 million square feet.
It may not be popular to say, but the increase in available lab and GMP space will be a net positive for competitiveness and job creation.
The war for talent is tough, and investments in employee wellness, company culture and local communities can make a big difference in employee acquisition and retention.
Landlords of apartment buildings in Malden and Canton hired a Texas company to screen tenant applications automatically, prompting a pair of rejected tenants to file a court challenge.