The next part of the state’s third reopening phase is being put on hold indefinitely while local police are being empowered to fine anyone breaking newly-lowered caps on outdoor gatherings.
The number of active COVID-19 cases rose nearly 25 percent over the last week and has been steady or climbing for nearly a month while Massachusetts has settled into the third of four reopening phases and planned for the approaching school year.
Buyers these days go online to discover what’s available. And with the pandemic still very much a concern, they tend to visit the houses they find appealing by taking a virtual tour rather than an in-person look-see.
Slowdowns in leasing, potential unpaid rents and delays in new tenant move-ins because of construction moratoriums are casting doubt on Boston Properties’ anticipated revenues for the rest of 2020, executives said.
A group of Greater Boston commercial real estate executives will study updates to building codes and regulations to address the challenges of the COVID-19 era.
Office tenants are eager to resume collaborative work styles in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic but expect companies to provide sufficient social distancing and sanitizing measures, according to a new survey by Boston-based architects Margulies Perruzzi.
A group of real estate attorneys is asking Gov. Charlie Baker for an executive order allowing them to perform virtual closings via teleconference as face-to-face meetings with clients become impractical because of social distancing.