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IndyCar Boston

Boston has been going through a trend over the past few years. We’re starting to have more community oriented events and event spaces; Boston team-building of sorts.  As Mayor Walsh has been implementing his city-wide strategic development plan, we’ve seen a conscious focus on more public events and spaces dedicated to one goal: Bringing Boston   …Continue Reading

Workforce housing

If you’ve spent any amount of time lately near commercial or residential real estate panels, you’re likely to have heard the buzzwords “workforce housing” upon numerous occasions and for good reason. You see, in all of Boston’s boom in popularity, and with the resulting increase in demand for real estate, we’ve come to a crossroads where housing has become   …Continue Reading

Yvonne’s: Boston’s new place to be

Downtown Crossing has been waiting… and in perfect timing with the current development boom, Yvonne’s couldn’t have come to light at a more opportune time. One of my favorite spots, Yvonne’s represents what Downtown is and is becoming. Decidedly Boston, a posh urban crowd find themselves enjoying the three distinct but connected spaces within. Being   …Continue Reading

Be The Jetsons

According to ABI Research’s latest data, there will be nearly 30 billion connected devices by 2020.  The tripling of connected devices brings about a very real question: How do we control the tech without letting it control us? Enter Josh: Home automation with a personality, and then some. On a recent trip to LA, I   …Continue Reading