SIOR Report – The Industrial & Office Magazine - February 2019
As commercial real estate market intelligence becomes more accessible to prospective investors and tenants, a fundamental shift is taking place in the brokerage business. The emergence of online tenant brokerage services such as SquareFoot and Truss are creating options for companies seeking space, while platforms like Ten-X are gaining traction with investors looking to buy and sell properties online. In response, brokers in today’s marketplace are repositioning themselves as fullservice advisors in order to retain their competitive edge in an increasingly digital world.
Worcester Telegram – Janaury 2019
MILLBURY — The Boston Globe has sold a former printing plant off Route 20 to commercial property owner Anthony F. Russell for $5.6 million, according to a registry of deeds filing.
The deal closed in December and included about 38 acres of land and a 178,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution building.
Boston Globe Media Partners LLC had been marketing […]
Worcester Chamber Exchange with Tim Murray – November 2018
Meghan Liddy and Jim Umphrey join Worcester Chamber CEO Tim Murray to discuss the continued development and growth of the capital market services offered by Kelleher & Sadowsky.
Worcester Business Journal & Worcester Chamber Exchange – November 2018
Meghan Liddy of Holden, MA is the new senior vice president for capital markets at Worcester real estate firm Kelleher & Sadowsky. Liddy previously served as Senior Vice President, Investment Real Estate at Middlesex Savings Bank where she focused on investment commercial real estate investment financing across multiple product types including […]