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Cardente Real Estate completes sales totaling $2.55 million and leases 2,450 s/f

November 9th, 2018 | Zoning & Land Use Attorney

Cardente Real Estate completes sales totaling $2.55 million and leases 2,450 s/f https://nerej.com/cardente-real-estate-completes-sales-totaling-2-55-million-and-leases-2-450-s-f Ocean Gate Plaza, 511 Congress Street – Portland, ME Brunswick, ME Cardente Real Estate has completed the following transactions: • CPM -10 Gurnet Roa… […]

#Somerville #Massachusetts zoning could see biggest changes since 1990 #RealEstateLaw #Attorney

October 27th, 2018 | Zoning & Land Use Attorney

Immensely dense city wants to preserve current character but encourage development Somerville officials are considering the most sweeping changes to its zoning ordinance in nearly 30 years. The proposed changes would facilitate more development around Somerville’s squares and along its main corridors as well as on underutilized parcels, according to the city’s Planning Department. The […]

South Coast Improvement Company Wins $2 Million #RenovationProject to Build #Brockton Medical Marijuana Dispensary #RealEstateDevelopment

September 19th, 2018 | Zoning & Land Use Attorney

South Coast Improvement Company Wins $2 Million Renovation Project to Build Brockton Medical Marijuana Dispensary BROCKTON, MA–South Coast Improvement Company, a design-build general contractor serving New England and the Mid-Atlantic states, recently began work on a $2 million renovation project to construct a medical marijuana dispensary at 1090 West Chestnut Street in Brockton, MA for […]

#Boston area NIMBYs dominate meetings about new #RealEstateDevelopment Analysis #RealEstateLawyer

September 17th, 2018 | Zoning & Land Use Attorney

Boston-area NIMBYs dominate meetings about new development: Analysis Boston University study of meetings in 97 towns might confirm what some already suspected People who oppose building more multifamily housing in the Boston region tend to show up and speak at community meetings regarding new development more than proponents. That is according to a new study […]

#Boston latest anti-gentrification idea? #HousingVouchers tied to higher #PropertyTaxes #RealEstateDevelopment #RealEstateLaw #Attorney #Milton

September 16th, 2018 | Zoning & Land Use Attorney

Boston’s latest anti-gentrification idea? Housing vouchers tied to higher property taxes It’s one possible solution to slow the displacement of longtime residents The Boston City Council plans to host a hearing on ways to stem what one member says is a tide of gentrification about to sweep Roxbury. Councilor Kim Janey, a Roxbury resident, says […]

#Boston #Roxbury #RamsayPark carries high expectations post #renovation #Massachusetts #ReaEstate #Attorney #RealEstateDevelopment

August 28th, 2018 | Zoning & Land Use Attorney

Boston’s Roxbury’s Ramsay Park carries high expectations post-renovation Local activism spurred city effort to improve park best-known for drugs and crime Boston has spent $2.4 million renovating Roxbury’s Ramsay Park in an effort to not only spruce up the 5.5-acre greensward off Washington Street near Melnea Cass Boulevard, but to improve its safety. The park […]

Yes, There’s Still RESPA Enforcement #TitleInsurance #RealEstateAttorney

August 27th, 2018 | Zoning & Land Use Attorney

By Phillip Schulman Remnants of the Richard Cordray led Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) are fading. A new sheriff in town, Mick Mulvaney, is remaking and reordering agency priorities. This CFPB is engaging in a new set of regulatory and enforcement priorities. Businesses are no longer being viewed as the enemy, but instead are being […]

Why Buying #TitleInsurance Is not like Buying Shoes Online #LandCourt #RealEstateLaw #Attorney

August 25th, 2018 | Zoning & Land Use Attorney

By Dean Collura Let’s say you own an e-commerce shoe store. Tracking how many people purchase the shoes from your online marketing is pretty simple. A certain number of people view your ad (online marketing), some of them click on the ad, some of those people add the shoes to…

#Bikers #pedestrians #motorists #buses whom or what should the city prioritize when #Boston old Northern Avenue Bridge reopens? #CommercialRealEstate #Attorney

August 12th, 2018 | Zoning & Land Use Attorney

Bikers, pedestrians, motorists, or buses—whom or what should the city prioritize when the old Northern Avenue Bridge reopens? Cars, buses, bikes, feet—interested parties circle Seaport-to-downtown span

Binoj Pradhan owner of Masala in #Somerville has acquired 212 Hampshire St #Cambridge for $2.7 million

August 7th, 2018 | Zoning & Land Use Attorney

Binoj Pradhan, owner of Masala in #Somerville has acquired 212 Hampshire St in #Cambridge for $2.7 million. The property sold w/ a restriction that prohibits the new owner from opening a restaurant, bar, food store or music venue. >>> http://ow.ly/VgYj30ld99F #bldup #inmansquare […]

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