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Jul 09, 2020
$22M Reno Permit Pulled for Seaport Property
A permit valued at $22M has been pulled to renovate the 2&3rd and 7&8th floors at 51 Sleeper Street in the Seaport. The work will create new office and lab space and add new HVAC, electrical, and plumbing. The 8 story, 149,000 square foot mixed-use building was originally constructed in 1924.
May 29, 2020
North Reading Industrial Properties Acquired for $40M
Brookfield Properties has acquired the 4 industrial buildings at 23, 29, 35-37, and 45 Concord St in North Reading for $40M. The buildings, which are fully leased, feature over 280,000 square feet of space in close proximity to I-93.
May 10, 2020
Interior Finishing Nearly Complete for Fairing Way Final Phase at Union Point
Interior finishing is wrapping up for the final phase of Fairing Way within Union Point. The building will include a total of 107 units of assisted living, 70% of which are already sold. The first phase of the project features a 104 residential unit senior living community with a clubhouse and a 46 bed, on-site, long term care nursing facility.
Jan 24, 2020
Hong Kong Based Investor Buys Seaport District Property
The Nan Fung Group has acquired the property at 51 Sleeper Street in Boston's Seaport District for $115 million.
The property features an 11 Story, 149,000 square foot mixed-use building that was constructed in 1924. The building is currently home to Hopsters Brewing Company and The Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care's main office. The building also sits across the street from LL Bean's seaport store, Scorpion Bar, and The Grand.
Jan 21, 2020
Brookfield Properties & New England Development Named New Master Developers for Union Point
Brookfield Properties in partnership with New England Development have been named the new master developer for Union Point in Weymouth. The group will be the 4th master developer for the nearly 1500 acre site. The decision comes months after LStar was terminated from the project in February 2019. Long term plans for the site call for nearly 4,000 housing units, up to 6 million square feet of commercial space, plus ample open space.
Dec 03, 2019
Natick Mall Refinanced for $505 Million
The Natick Mall has been refinanced by Brookfield Properties via Bank of America for $505 million.
The Natick Mall (previously named the Natick Collection) is a shopping mall in Natick, Massachusetts. The original facility was the first enclosed shopping mall in Greater Boston upon opening in 1966; it was demolished and replaced by a larger building in 1994 and expanded in 2007.
The mall, with the adjacent Shopper's World in Framingham, are major components of the Golden Triangle shopping district in the center of MetroWest, situated between Route 9 and Route 30. With 1,860,000 square feet of gross leasable area, the Natick Mall is the largest in New England by number of tenants, with 214. It is currently owned by Brookfield Properties Retail Group.
Aug 26, 2019
Eventide Phase II Assisted Living Taking Shape at Union Point
Framing is nearly complete for Eventide Phase II at Union Point in Weymouth. The 4-story 162,000 square foot building will include a total of 107 units of assisted living. The first phase of the project, Fairing Way features a 104 residential unit senior living community with a clubhouse and a 46 bed, on-site, long term care nursing facility.
Jul 03, 2019
Kimpton Nine Zero Refinanced for $67 Million
The property at 90 Tremont Street, home to the Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel has been refinanced via Banco Sabadell for $67 million.
19-story, 190-key luxury hotel located in the heart of Downtown Boston opened in June 2002 and is also home to the Highball Lounge nightclub. Amenities include 2,400 square feet of private event and work space, including a business center, and a fitness center.
May 07, 2019
Washington Capital Retains Tocci For Union Point
Rendering courtesy of Elkus Manfredi Architects
Washington Capital Management, Inc., on behalf of one or more investment management clients, has retained Tocci Building Corporation to provide development support services for Union Point. The property is the 1400 acre redevelopment of the South Weymouth Naval Air Station formerly known as Southfield. Tocci will assist Washington Capital with land use documentation and selection of a new Master Developer. Services include liaison with the Southfield Redevelopment Authority and landowner responsibilities. Tocci was the former Program Manager for Union Point through 2017 and provided a broad range of planning and construction services.
Dec 21, 2018
51 Sleeper Street Trades for $91 Million
The property at 51 Sleeper Street has been acquired by Brookfield Properties for $91 Million.
The property features an 11 Story, 149,000 square foot mixed-use building that was constructed in 1924. Located in Boston's seaport district, the building is currently home to Hopsters Brewing Company and The Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care's main office.
Nov 28, 2017
New owner of Downtown Crossing’s Nine Zero Hotel plans interior transformation
Brookfield Properties, who acquired Downtown Crossing’s 19-story, 190-key Nine Zero Hotel in September 2017 for over $85 million, and property manager Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants plan a bold, top-to-bottom transformation of the property this Winter. The property’s guest rooms and suites, as well as its’ living room lobby and 2,400 square feet of private event and work space, will be transformed into a new “seductive and design-forward hotel” per an official release. The hotel will remain open throughout construction, which is expected to be complete in late Winter 2018.The revamped Nine Zero Hotel will feature “modern and antique nuances” per the release, which will “mingle with bespoke residential pleasures”. Rooms will feature “plush leather-laden bed frames and iconic Eames chairs”, with accessories including books and dynamic artwork. The hotel’s lobby will feature rich velvets, stone and metallic finishes and old-fashioned accents such as leather-bound books and typewriters. The hotel’s private event and workspace will be redesigned with a flexible layout, and the Highball Lounge nightclub on site will be fully transformed, with details to be announced in the near future.
Sep 07, 2016
Nine Zero Hotel in Downtown Crossing sells for over $85 millionThayer Lodging of Annapolis, MD today acquired the 19-story, 190-key Nine Zero Hotel in Downtown Crossing for over $85 million; the exact sales figure is $85,100,300 as recorded in the Suffolk County Registry of Deeds. The hotel last sold for $69.75 million to previous owner Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group in May 2006. Nine Zero Hotel developer Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation, who sold the hotel to Kimpton, acquired the hotel site, located at 90 Tremont Street, for $7.8 million in November 1999; the hotel cost $59 million to build.Wells Fargo Bank provided a $54.65 million mortgage for Thayer Lodging's acquisition of the Nine Zero Hotel today. The recently built 129,200 square foot hotel, which opened in June 2002, features 190 guest rooms and suites and is also home to Highball Lounge. Amenities include a business center and a fitness center. The following is the deed for Thayer Lodging's acquisition of the Nine Zero Hotel:
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