Under its new CEO Peter Gottlieb, Hobbs Brook Real Estate is diversifying the geography and asset mix of its real estate portfolio from its traditional office and lab stomping grounds along Route 128 to different asset classes and regions of the country.
Suburban developer Hobbs Brook Real Estate has named a new CEO to replace former chief executive Sam Schafer.
Leases totaling over 297,000 square feet bring Hobbs Brook Real Estate’s speculative office-lab complex in Waltham up to 90 percent preleased.
Hobbs Brook Real Estate’s bet on Route 128 life science growth has paid off with two new leases that bring its 507,000-square-foot office-lab development in Waltham up to 90 percent leased before completion this spring.
After offering an incentive to lab developers by raising building heights, the town of Lexington is challenging them to deliver buildings equipped with some of the suburbs’ most energy-efficient building systems.
Partial demolition and renovation of a Lexington office park would create a 686,107-square-foot campus for the growing suburban life science market.
A real estate executive who’s overseen the largest office development on Route 128 is joining Trammell Crow Co. to oversee its Boston-area operations.
Greater Boston’s suburbs have always been popular because they offer companies and their employees an ideal mix of conveniences such as a short commute, free parking and green space that will never be available in most urban locations.
Hobbs Brook Real Estate’s 500,000-square-foot speculative development under construction in Waltham has landed its first tenant.
From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.
ZoomInfo employees will return to the office in a hybrid workspace model this summer after the firm signed a 100,000-square-foot lease at Hobbs Brook Real Estate’s 275 Wyman St. property, with plans to expand to 226,000 square feet.