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.
BOSTON—For its approximately $261-million capital contribution, the investor will have a 45% stake in the 1.1-million-square-foot complex that includes 11 Fan Pier and 50 Northern Ave. life science buildings.
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.
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