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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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September 22 - Bulfinch Crossing

Reconnecting Downtown Boston: Bulfinch Crossing Tour

Featuring over 1million SF of new office space and more than 800 residential units, Bulfinch Crossing is a 4.8 acre transformative development connecting neighborhoods in downtown Boston, sitting on multiple public transit lines and at the doorstep of several of Boston's open spaces, including the Boston Harborwalk and Rose Kennedy Greenway.

Join NAIOP for an overview of this exciting parcel with HYM and National Real Estate Advisors, and have the opportunity to take a guided tour of the under construction One Congress and newly completely residential tower, The Sudbury.

Wednesday, September 22  | 4:00PM - 6:30PM

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Lab and Life Science Conversions: Best Practices for Positive Impact

Join NAIOP for this lunchtime webinar and learn from leading industry experts about best practices to ensure safe buildings, activate communities and support Massachusetts' thriving innovation economy.

Attendees will first hear from Massachusetts Life Sciences Center CEO Kenneth Turner, who will provide an overview of the life sciences ecosystem here in the Commonwealth. Following the keynote, panelists will focus on current and projected demand, provide examples of model conversions from around the country, and discuss what it means to successfully convert a building for lab and life sciences in the Greater Boston Market.

Friday, October 1  | 12:00PM - 1:00PM

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Feature Blog Posts

Opinion: The Future of Work Report Misses the Mark

By Tamara Small | July 14, 2021

But there is a big miss in McKinsey’s report. It’s no secret that office space was hard hit by the pandemic — walking in downtown Boston for the past year has been more akin to walking in a ghost town. But McKinsey’s topline conclusion that the demand for office real estate may fall as workers spend more time in residential areas due to hybrid work, uses employer and employee data from before vaccines were available to everyone, and conflates a hybrid work-schedule with the need for less physical space.

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Optimism and Recovery Expected for CRE in Second Half of 2021

By Tamara Small | June 29, 2021

While certain sectors are leading the way and others are still catching up, the overall projections for the market are optimistic. Just like in 2008, the Greater Boston market’s access to talent, driven by the many top-tier colleges and universities, is our greatest competitive advantage.

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COVID-19 Update: Baker-Polito Administration Moves Forward with Transition to Phase 4, Step 1

COVID-19 UPDATE: Critical End of Pandemic Extensions Enacted; Baker-Polito Administration Releases New Guidance for State Permits

By Anastasia Nicolaou | June 17, 2021

On June 15, the Massachusetts Legislature struck a deal and passed a final version of An Act Relative to Extending Certain COVID-19 Measures Adopted During the State of Emergency. The legislation was signed by the Governor the morning of June 16.

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