It was never a matter of if the zoning reforms embodied in Gov. Charlie Baker’s 2020 Housing Choice Initiative would become a source of controversy, says Boston business and real estate attorney Gerry D’Ambrosio. (read at MassLawyersWeekly)

A proposed redevelopment project at 418 Revere Beach Pkwy. will bring modern housing and transformative neighborhood improvements to an area long blighted by the dilapidated Lee’s Trailer Park.

Demolition and cleanup are ongoing at the site of the former Lee’s Trailer Park on 418 Winthrop Avenue, ending a problem-plagued 75-year history punctuated by crime and sanitation concerns. (read .pdf version)

The dilapidated, former Lee’s Trailer Park on Winthrop Avenue, and the adjacent areas are on the verge of receiving a bolt of architectural and residential elegance pending the project’s approval by the City Council and other local boards.
The fundamentals remain strong for most local property types, but commercial real estate lending still doesn’t appear to have picked up even after fears of a bank failure-caused economic crisis dissipated this summer.
Advanced Property Management (APM), a Boston-based real estate management company, has been awarded a Workforce Training Fund Program (WTFP) grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to provide employee training and help to address the current worker shortage.
Helge-Gansett hosted a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction on SORA Revere. Located at 93 Bennington St., SORA is a 7-story, 114-unit living community, thoughtfully designed to be in harmony with this transformative neighborhood.
Listed through Berkadia, the brokerage shop secured winning suitor Helge Capital, a Boston‐based firm that financed its purchase using $18.7 million from Cambridge Trust Co.
With over 3.8 million square feet of available space as remote and hybrid work entrench themselves, Boston’s class B office market looks like potentially fertile ground for conversion into thousands of new housing units.
Developers Helge Capital and Gansett Ventures celebrated the one-year anniversary of Ninety_o, a modern multifamily apartment complex at 90 Ocean Ave. This transit-oriented living community features 75 premium apartments, providing needed quality housing on Revere Beach. With views inside and out, this property brings beach living to a new level.
Owners of new apartment buildings in the Boston area are facing unprecedented times trying to fill units amid the coronavirus outbreak and economic downturn that’s left many would-be tenants wary of moving into unfamiliar and oftentimes more expensive living quarters.
Helge Capital and Gansett Ventures are building Ninety_o, a modern multifamily development at 90 Ocean Ave. Suitably billed as, “Something to Really Revere”, this transit-oriented development will provide 75 premium apartments near Revere Beach.
As the Boston construction moratorium lifts, a development team is breaking ground on a 64-unit project testing the East Boston luxury condo market. The 6-story Mira condo development at 301 Border St. will include…
CBRE has arranged a $20.5 million construction loan for a six-story multifamily property in Boston’s Revere suburb. John Kelly of CBRE arranged the financing on behalf of the borrower, Helge Capital Inc. through an undisclosed lender.
A 19-building apartment portfolio in Boston and Lynn has obtained $62 million in recapitalization financing.
Helge Capital has closed on $62 million in financing for the recapitalization of a 19-building multifamily portfolio located in the cities of Boston and Lynn, Mass.
Oleg Uritsky, a Quincy real-estate investor, is proposing a six-story, 45-unit residential building for Thorn Street, a small side street off River Street near the Hyde Park/Mattapan line.
Boston–Helge Capital, a Boston-based real estate firm specializing in the acquisition and management of multifamily properties throughout Greater Boston, has acquired two properties in Boston totaling 50 units.
Mayor Michael Passero and Felix Reyes, the new director of development and planning, traveled to Boston on Wednesday for what Passero said was a series of meetings with Boston-based developers aimed at attracting investment in New London.
Located in the heart of one of Boston’s most desirable neighborhoods, LUMEN Charlestown has received incredible response as an opportunity for buyers to ride the wave of growth in a rapidly emerging area of Charlestown.
A Quincy developer has made his first foray in to Charlestown real estate, purchasing a 30-unit Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) approved project on Polk Street..
BOSTON, Dec. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Fort Point Angels LLC, an angel investment fund that makes seed and early-stage investments in growth-industry companies, announced its first successful “exit” with the initial public offering of Corbus Pharmaceuticals Holdings Inc., of Norwood, MA.Fort Point invested in Corbus nine months ago and, based on the recent trading activity, achieved a return of eight times (8x) its initial investment.
By the end of 2012 he had sold ALL of his medallions. He stated in his online bio he sold to take advantage of peak value. Why did he judge that the value of medallions had reached a peak?How smart an investor is Uritsky compared to current medallion owners? They’re betting that the value of their investment hasn’t peaked.Before Uritsky cashed in his medallions, he described himself in his online bio as a widely recognized spokesman advocating on behalf of taxi fleet owners in the press and before government regulatory agencies.
The Mass Adult Day Health Alliance, which opened its first adult day care center in Brighton 12 years ago, now serves thousands of adult day patients in eight centers throughout Massachusetts.”We’re proud of the organization that we established and our ability to serve a much-needed market in adult day care,” said Alex Matov, a managing partner of the Alliance. “This acquisition is a positive and logical next step in the company’s growth and we know it is in very good hands.”