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April 18, 2019

West Broadway Is Trading In Its Gritty Past For A Life Science Future

Developers are circling South Boston to be Boston’s next life science hub, and the historically Irish, and often isolated, enclave is mostly opening its arms. 

West Broadway Is Trading In Its Gritty Past For A Life Science Future

“I don’t think there’s been any opposition to it coming since Gillette has been such a presence in that stretch of South Boston for a long time,” South Boston Neighborhood Development Corp. Executive Director Donna Brown said. “They have been practicing research and development and manufacturing in this community for…

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The most popular fried chicken fast-food chain in the U.S. is hitting turbulence as it tries to land at several American airports.

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Chick-fil-A is on track to become the third-largest U.S. fast-food chain, but three U.S. airports are severing their ties with Chick-fil-A, two before the first waffle fry could be served. After San Antonio airport officials sent a new concessions contract to the…

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Tiffani Faisson, Other Celebrity Chefs Slated For Downtown Food Hall

Tiffani Faisson, Other Celebrity Chefs Slated For Downtown Food Hall  

Boston is still hungry for food halls, and one planned for the Financial District promises plenty of local flavor.  Developers are joining 160 Federal St. and 100 High St. with High Street Place, a 20K SF food hall in a five-story atrium between the two buildings. The $30M space…

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It's All Systems Go For Opportunity Zones Now

It took months of waiting, but the second round of regulations for opportunity zones seems like it was the green light the real estate industry hoped for.

“I think this [set of regulations] covers a lot of ground, and will certainly spur investment in the operating business side and get a lot of real estate investors comfortable, because this incentive really fits neatly with how we traditionally operate," Javelin 19 Investments President Jill Homan told Bisnow.

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All Raised Up And Nowhere To Go: Equity Funds Grow As Good Deals Shrink

Private equity real estate funds have reeled in huge sums of cash in recent years. And, so far, those windfalls show no sign of slowing — even amid endless talk of a downturn and intense competition for appealing deals.

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The 7 Most Important Things We Learned From The Latest IRS Opportunity Zone Regulations

 

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Developers Continue To Grapple With How To Make Affordable Housing Work

The challenges that have stymied affordable housing development in the United States show no signs of lessening. Now, developers say, it is past time to work strategically to start finding answers.

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