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The Commercial Real Estate Development Association

NAIOP Massachusetts is the leading association representing the interests of the commercial real estate industry, and professionals engaged in real estate development, investment and ownership in the Commonwealth. Part of an international organization, the Chapter provides outstanding education and networking opportunities, as well as advances the interests of the industry and advocates for effective public policy.

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Fenway Walking Tour

Join NAIOP to learn more about WS Development’s plans for Fenway Corners and to tour Samuels & Associates’ most recent projects, including Pierce Boston, Backstage at The Verb Hotel, the country’s first and only urban trailer park, and an overview of office and life sciences in the heart of The Fenway. We’ll start the afternoon at the city’s most iconic sporting venue, Fenway Park, and end poolside with cocktails and small plates from Hojoko, the Fenway’s very own rock 'n' roll tavern, located inside of The Verb.

August 2 | 3:30 PM - 7:00 PM | State Street Pavilion Club

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Space Spotlight: 7INK

7INK pioneers a new housing concept in Boston. The 7th building at game-changing Ink Block introduces Inclusive Living ™ which welcomes a younger demographic in a community that bundles apartment, furniture, utilities, internet/cable, cleaning and robust social programming. Renters rent by the apartment or by the bedroom at all-inclusive prices well below market. 7INK brings incredible common areas, work from home spaces and even the old Boston Garden scoreboard. Join NAIOP to hear Ted Tye and Samantha Randel from National Development discuss how 7INK has started a Rental Revolution™.

August 11 | 4:00 - 6:30 PM

217 Albany St | South End

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Feature Blog Posts

Fossil Fuel Bans Are Not the Solution to Our Climate Crisis

By Tamara Small | June 22, 2022

The news is dire. On an almost daily basis, new reports are issued which illustrate the need for immediate action to address a monumental threat to public health and safety, the environment and economic development: climate change. Sea level rise, increased storms and precipitation and rising temperatures will affect all residents and business owners in Massachusetts. The time to act is now.  

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Transfer Taxes Tempt, But Would Only Worsen Housing Crisis: City Budget Threatened if New Investment Discouraged

By Tamara Small | April 5, 2022

By Tamara Small | This post originally appeared in Banker & Tradesman on April 3, 2022 The shortage of affordable…

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Investing in Water Infrastructure Has to Be at the Top of the List

By Tamara Small | December 23, 2021

When communities invest in water infrastructure, they protect their residents, set up their local businesses for success and create future opportunities for economic investment – as demonstrated by MassBio’s BioReady evaluation. Such investments in Burlington led to 300 new apartment units in one mixed-use development; similar upgrades in Revere resulted in over 200 new units of housing.  

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