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Boston Office Market Poised to Remain Hot Investment Spot

BOSTON—The Financial District saw the most action in terms of positive absorption in the fourth quarter at 69,000 square feet, thus lowering its overall vacancy rate to 9.7%. Class A space in the Financial District, which is in high demand, saw 237,000 square feet of positive absorption in the fourth quarter.

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Boston Office Market Poised to Remain Hot Investment Spot

BOSTON—The Financial District saw the most action in terms of positive absorption in the fourth quarter at 69,000 square feet, thus lowering its overall vacancy rate to 9.7%. Class A space in the Financial District, which is in high demand, saw 237,000 square feet of positive absorption in the fourth quarter.

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John Jordan is a veteran journalist with more than 30 years experience in newspaper and web publishing. He is a contributing writer for Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.com johnjord@aol.com

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Featured Content

Home Price Gains Reach 31-Month High

NEW YORK CITY—“Tight supplies and rising prices may be deterring some people from trading up to a larger house,” says David M. Blitzer at S&P Dow Jones Indices.

Commentary

Bottom Fishers

We have commented over the past few months about the accelerating trend toward online retailing and its significant impact on the mall sector, especially…

Handling Environmental Issues When Selling

SAN DIEGO—By acting proactively, building owners are likely to resolve any concerns over potential hazardous waste and can avoid unnecessary time and expenses, Lee & Associates’ Peter Merz tells GlobeSt.com.

How Much Longer Can the Bull Market Last?

SAN DIEGO—While the next several years will most likely reflect very strong performance, almost every conversation at MBA CREF touched on the uncertainty of how much longer the positive trend will continue, Meridian’s Seth Grossman tells GlobeSt.com.