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John Jordan

John Jordan

Contributing Writer, Globest,com

John Jordan is a veteran journalist with more than 30 years experience in newspaper and web publishing. He is a contributing writer for Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.com johnjord@aol.com

  • $550M Hotel Project Moves Forward in South Boston

    $550M Hotel Project Moves Forward in South Boston

    BOSTON—The Massport Board approved a proposal last week valued at $550 million by Dallas-based Omni Resorts and Hotels and New Boston Hospitality to build the new 800,000-square-foot complex on a two-acre parcel in the city’s waterfront district.

  • Wheelock Street, Seyon Group Form $300M Industrial JV

    Wheelock Street, Seyon Group Form $300M Industrial JV

    BOSTON—The Seyon Group, formed in January by Bryan Blake, Andrew Iglowski and John Meador, all formerly of Calare Properties, is pursuing real estate investment opportunities that run the gamut from ground-up warehouse development to existing infill light-industrial assets.

  • Boston’s Investment World Standing on the Rise

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    Boston’s Investment World Standing on the Rise

    BOSTON—Another impressive finish in this year’s rankings was that Boston came in at number one in the United States in terms of commercial office investment and number seven worldwide.

  • JLL’s Flaherty Awarded Broker of the Year Honor

    JLL’s Flaherty Awarded Broker of the Year Honor

    BOSTON—Joseph Flaherty, the head of JLL’s Cambridge team, oversaw a host of transactions, including the build-to-suit lease deal for 240,000 square feet at University Park at MIT.

  • Innovative Economy Helps Bolster Massachusetts’ Business Image

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    Innovative Economy Helps Bolster Massachusetts’ Business Image

    WATERTOWN, MA—The survey revealed that companies located in Greater Boston are concerned about highway congestion and public transit capacity, while businesses outside that region worry about a shortage of public transportation.

  • $500M Tremont Crossing Project Secures Key Approval

    $500M Tremont Crossing Project Secures Key Approval

    BOSTON—The Boston Planning & Development Agency’s board of directors approved at a session last Thursday plans for Tremont Crossing, a project totaling approximately 1.9 million square feet of mixed-use space.

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