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Single-family home sales down again

Emily Micucci |

The number of single-family homes sold dipped in March for the fourth time in five months as low inventory kept a lid on sales activity, The Warren Group of Boston reported Wednesday.

Exercise facility signs lease in Hudson

Michael Novinson |

A strength and conditioning facility has signed a lease for 4,000 square feet of space in Hudson.

State fines builder over asbestos removal

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection said it has fined Town and Country Builders of Whitinsville and its owner, Denis Latour, for allegedly failing to follow safe and...

Mass. Realtors confidence down again

Michael Novinson |

The state's Realtors group said year-over-year confidence among its members in market activity fell for the fifth straight month, though confidence in home prices continues to rise.

MetroWest office vacancy steady; rents rising


According to a new report from Boston-based Transwestern RBJ shows that the office vacancy rate for MetroWest held steady at 21 percent for the first quarter as Class A properties continue to outpace...

March pending home sales highest since '04

Michael Novinson |

Pending single-family homes sales rose for the 13th consecutive month in March, according to the state's Realtors' group.

Warren Group: 'Robust' market leads to another drop in foreclosures

Emily Micucci |

Foreclosure petitions, the first step in the home foreclosure process, dropped 48.7 percent for the month of February compared to a year earlier, The Warren Group reported.

Southborough Office Park slated for upgrades after $16M sale

Emily Micucci |

Southborough Office Park on Turnpike Road has been sold for approximately $16 million and the new owner is planning to upgrade and reposition a portion of it for redevelopment, according to...

Work done on Hopkinton apartment project

Michael Novinson |

Construction has concluded on a $45 million, 240-unit apartment complex in Hopkinton, the developers announced Monday.

Redevelopment gains traction in Ashland

Emily Micucci |

Ashland officials are celebrating the recent sale and future occupation of a formerly vacant warehouse building as a significant step toward achieving economic development goals.

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