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ULI Perspectives

2014 Outlook: Slower Growth For Boston, But Still A Banner Year

Rising Interest Rates, Regulatory Pressure Could Slow Things


Just a year ago, I submitted an article to the Banker & Tradesman with some ideas as to how the commercial real estate market would play out over the course of 2013. At the time, Mayor Thomas Menino had yet to announce his retirement, the 10-year Treasury wiggled around 1.8 percent, and Boston was one of a select few markets to be considered a safe bet by investors. To be sure, 2013 was a year of change for us and the rest of the country.

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