- Apr 14, 2008
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Called this back in March! Tracking the real estate market, labor trends, and transportation infrastructure investment really brings a degree of predictability to what’s next for our built environment. Fasten your seatbelts for A LOT more lab/research space, and continued momentum for luxury residential construction in more communities, and a focus on greater outdoor space activation.
Also, this project reads as if it will definitely merit it’s own thread. Very exciting to watch the spillover from Boston Landing to other parcels.
…I think the Life Street intersection at N. Beacon Street can (and should) absorb the dozen parking spaces at CORT Furniture Clearance Center to give a seamless one-way southbound trip through to Etna Street. Based on the development patterns happening in the neighborhood, the furniture showroom's , car dealership(s)', and other light industrial businesses' days along N. Beacon Street are numbered anyway…