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    Real Estate Trends in Boston: New Developments in Seaport District

    While commercial real estate demand in the Boston area remains low relative to pre-COVID levels, developers are finding fruitful opportunities predominantly in the way of medical labs and affordable housing. Moreover, multiple developers are seeking approvals for waterfront projects in the Seaport district.

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    Harvard’s neighboring communities were not fond of a housing deal situated in Allston, deferring a vote to the BPDA (Boston Planning and Development Area) where the project was just approved.  

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    Exciting Projects Transforming Boston

    Dallas-based Trammell Crow Company and Invesco are teaming up on a 6-story lab project in Lexington.  Construction of the 335,000 square foot life sciences project is set to begin in August 2022 with an expected completion year of 2024.

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    Harvard University got the green light on the first phase of their sizable research enterprise campus in Allston. The project will bring a lab/office building, hospitality, and over 300 apartments, 25% of which will have income restrictions.  

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