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The Abrams Group Acquires Marina Bay Property From Equity Residential

BOSTON – The Abrams Group, Boston-based real estate investment and development company, today announced the acquisition of 10 Seaport Dr., a six-story rental property at Quincy’s Marina Bay from Equity Residential (NYSE:EQR) for $29.5 million. Plans call for the two-year-old building, part of New England’s premier waterfront complex, to be…

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Mixed-Use Plans Readied For Foxborough Hospital Site

John Laidler, Boston Globe Correspondent Nearly three decades after Foxborough State Hospital closed its doors, a long-running effort to find new uses for the sprawling campus off Route 140 is nearing reality. A developer who successfully bid on a 93-acre section of the site is planning to seek permits for…

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The Abrams Group to Develop the Historic Gleason Building in Lawrence, MA

LAWRENCE, MASS.–The Abrams Group, Boston-based developer of multi-family and commercial properties, today announced that it has been granted approval by the City of Lawrence to convert the historic Gleason Building into 16 loft-style condominiums. The six-story signature Essex Street property will undergo a complete rehabilitation, resulting in units that average…

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The Abrams Group Sells Lawrence Office Building

BOSTON, March 7 /PRNewswire/ — The Abrams Group, A Boston-based real estate development and investment firm, has sold 170 Common St. in Lawrence to Heritage Park Management for $1.05 million. The three-story, brick building, within walking distance of the compact, industrially planned downtown, is home to several legal, high-tech and…

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The latest in loft living: 160 Fremont

Not many real-estate brokers can sum up some of the best of what they’re selling in one word. Cindy Dube of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s New Homes Division is the exception. All she has to say is Lofts! First it was the Biscuit Lofts in a totally rehabilitated former factory…

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Developers are selling the lower-cost urban lifestyle

Great strides toward residential development have been made in older industrial cities such as Lowell and Worcester where private and public dollars have been spent to transform old, historic mill buildings into luxury condominiums and lofts. The intention is to create vibrant, urban centers to which young people, professionals and…

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