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Boston Properties CEO Owen Thomas (iStock, Thomas by Axel Dupeux)
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Boston Properties to launch $2B joint venture

Boston Properties is making a $2 billion bet on the office market. Executives at the real estate investment trust...

Boston Properties to launch $2B joint venture
 Boston Properties president Doug Linde with Dock 72. (Beth Israel Lahey, Dock 72)
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Boston Properties gives dim outlook on co-working

 Boston Properties just made one of the most damning statements a major landlord has given on the co-working industry:...

Boston Properties gives dim outlook on co-working
Clockwise from top left: Boston Properties' Owen Thomas; Empire Real Estate Trust's Tony Malkin; Equity Commonwealth's David Helfand; Columbia Property Trust's Nelson Mills; SL Green's Marc Holliday; Vornado Realty Trust's Steve Roth; and Brookfield's Brian Kingston (Getty)
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Office unease: Tenants are paying up but staying away

A pattern has emerged among office landlords reporting their third quarter results: The vast majority of tenants kept up...

Office unease: Tenants are paying up but staying away
Boston Properties CEO Owen Thomas (Photo by Axel Dupeux)
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Boston Properties’ Q3 income drops 17%

Boston Properties’ income declined about 17 percent in the third quarter, and executives don’t expect tenants to return to their offices in large numbers until late next year. Net income for the quarter totaled...

Boston Properties’ Q3 income drops 17%
Boston Properties president Doug Linde and an Ann Taylor store (Getty)
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Major retailers are squatting on prime real estate

A Nasdaq-listed squatter? Ann Taylor parent company Ascena Retail Group is among a handful of retailers that refuse to...

Major retailers are squatting on prime real estate
Boston Properties looking to raise $1B for green projects
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Boston Properties looking to raise $1B for green projects

Boston Properties is betting big on sustainability. The company, which owns and manages 20 million square feet of projects...

Boston Properties looking to raise $1B for green projects
This month in real estate history

This month in real estate history

From the New York December issue: A Japanese industrial firm paid $501 per square foot for a Midtown skyscraper known as Tower 49, a price that at the time was the highest ever paid...

This month in real estate history
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