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On December 21, 2020, NAIOP Massachusetts, The Commercial Real Estate Development Association, joined several business groups and environmental groups to re-affirm their support of the Transportation & Climate Initiative (TCI) and applaud the Baker-Polito Administration’s leadership in developing the landmark regional project. The following is the accompanying joint press release.

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

Today, Mayor Marty Walsh announced that the City of Boston will rollback to a modified Phase II based on the most recent public health metrics for a minimum of 3 weeks.

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

The Baker-Polito Administration announced several actions yesterday and today in an effort to contain the recent COVID-19 case rise in the Commonwealth.

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On December 2, NAIOP Massachusetts, The Commercial Real Estate Development Association, held the 2020 Virtual Impact Awards. The event was a celebration of NAIOP’s member companies that positively impacted communities across Massachusetts in response to the pandemic and responded to social and economic injustice.

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On November 30, NAIOP Massachusetts – The Commercial Real Estate Development Association, announced the departure of Reesa Fischer, the organization’s Executive Director. NAIOP also announced the promotions of Taylor Pederson to Vice President of Programs & Education and Anastasia Nicolaou to Vice President of Policy & Public Affairs.

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On November 2, NAIOP joined leading business groups and chambers of commerce in presenting a framework to legislative leaders on how to approach the state’s fiscal challenges in order to position the state for long-term growth. The following is accompanying media coverage published on November 5, 2020.

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

The week of October 12 saw several actions taken regarding the state’s COVID-19 response.

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