New supply is expected to outpace demand in 2019. Nine new hotels, with a total of approximately 1,500 room will open this year, representing a 4.5 percent increase to supply.
Driven by a strong and balanced mix of corporate, leisure and convention destination demand, Boston continues to be a top-five performing U.S. hotel market.
While the Boston market holds interest for co-living project operators, the city presents challenges from a regulatory perspective. Boston’s zoning code is complicated, with many neighborhoods, in effect, having their own zoning ordinances.
As Metro Boston continues to enjoy strong growth, a consensus appears to have formed that the area must have more reliable and sustainable mobility system to support and maintain that growth.
Boston’s sizzling office market is hitting new temperatures, with the city’s corporate towers now sporting the third-hottest office rents in the country, a new report finds.
The so-called “bombshell Moehrl lawsuit,” currently in litigation, is a frontal assault on how commissions are shared on MLSs that forces the industry to face this question head on.
Tax season is now in the rearview mirror with the 2018 filing season the first since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 came on the books, an act that presented the single biggest change in U.S. tax policy since the Tax Reform Act of 1986
The hospitality industry is thriving in Boston. New hotels are blossoming all over town.
Historically, service has been at the heart of the hotel industry – with personalization only available at the uppermost levels of hotel luxury, where the staff to guest ratio is the highest. However, today with the proliferation of lifestyle brands, that level of customization is expected across the spectrum of hotel types.
These luxury towers are really going to the dogs!
Anxiety and stress – it’s a rare employee who hasn’t experienced their share of both. In fact, anxiety in the workplace costs the national economy an estimated $300 billion in lost productivity and absenteeism.
The short-term rentals industry is entering a new phase in Massachusetts, with implications for the rest of the country, and last month’s ruling from the District Court came back with an important win for Boston and municipalities across the country
Through careful financial analysis of long-term expenses and costs, health care organizations can quickly see the financial savings of their sustainable design selections add up.
The long knives are out again for one of American real estate’s oldest and most controversial traditions: requiring home sellers to pay the agents who represent the buyers of their properties.
The BPDA has kicked off an intensive planning process to look at the future of downtown Boston, and City Hall’s interest in taking a deep dive on the future of the neighborhood comes as development interest in the area bubbles.
Solutions to the MBTA’s predicament are out there, but the state’s two highly capable transportation leaders, Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack and MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak, need Gov. Charlie Baker to empower them to take unconventional steps to enact them quickly.
Companies still have time to investigate an incident, but once they have determined a data breach has occurred, they must alert any individuals whose data they know was involved without waiting to figure out who else had data involved.
Under pressure from housing activists and priced-out residents, some cities are taking aim at housing developers, hoping to achieve by government mandate what the market has so far, at least, failed to deliver. It’s a recipe for disaster.
The general manager of my company recently lost her father-in-law and her family is preparing to sell his home. If you have ever wondered why consumers don’t get your value or challenge you on the commissions you receive, their experience illustrates why this is the case.
The booming biotech industry is spilling out of Kendal Square in what looks like a flood of biblical proportions, but what happens if a Democrat takes the White House in 2020, riding a wave of demand for “Medicare for All”?