30 New, Modern Condos Now Pre-Selling at LUMEN Charlestown -- patch.com

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. Pre-sales have just begun with many buyers already taking advantage of buying opportunities early in the pre-sales phase.

One Charlestown development set to add 2,100 apartments to neighborhood -- boston.curbed.com

Fresh renderings are out for one of the biggest new developments in Boston in recent years: the redevelopment of the 13-block Bunker Hill housing complex in Charlestown into a 3,200-unit melange of market-rate, workforce, and affordable apartments.Dorchester-based developer Corcoran Jennison Associates and California outfit SunCal plan to replace the existing 1,100 affordable apartments there that date from the tail end of the New Deal in the 1940s.

Quincy Developer Ventures Into Charlestown -- Charlestown Bridge

Fresh renderings are out for one of the biggest new developments in Boston in recent years: the redevelopment of the 13-block Bunker Hill housing complex in Charlestown into a 3,200-unit melange of market-rate, workforce, and affordable apartments.Dorchester-based developer Corcoran Jennison Associates and California outfit SunCal plan to replace the existing 1,100 affordable apartments there that date from the tail end of the New Deal in the 1940s.

CBRE/NE’s Multifamily Debt & Structured Finance Team Finances Acquisition Of Boston Portfolio -- boston.citybizlist.com

On behalf of Helge Capital, CBRE/New England’s Multifamily Debt & Structured Finance team secured a $56.25 million first mortgage loan to finance the recapitalization of a 19-building multifamily portfolio located throughout Greater Boston and Lynn, MA. The assets consist of well-managed workforce housing of both market-rate and affordable apartments. CBRE/NE’s John Kelly arranged the financing through a national lender on behalf of Helge Capital.

Mass Adult Day Health Alliance Acquired by Civitis Solutions Inc. -- www.prnewswire.com

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."

Fort Point Angels Scores First Successful "Exit" -- www.prnewswire.com

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.

Raising Your First Round: Investor Panel Discussion -- venturefizz.com

What do I need to do when I'm raising my first round? What are investors looking for in a team? How long should my pitch deck be? Get all of your million dollar questions answered right from the horse's mouth. A panel of investors will be discussing the hot button issues every startup needs to know when they are raising their first round. The format will include a formal panel, networking and an open Q&A with audience questions.

Is Oleg Uritsky the Smartest Medallion Investor in Boston by Owning No Medallions? -- bostonlyftdiaries.wordpress.com

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.