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Developer says exchange South End could be Amazon HQ2 contender

A Boston development company has filed plans for a South End complex it says could be a piece in the city’s Amazon HQ2 puzzle. Riemer & Braunstein’s Bob Buckley discusses how this could be an opportunity to bring better transportation to Boston.

Bisnow

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A hard look at mall sites’ future – dining, entertainment replace department stores

Riemer & Braunstein’s Bob Buckley discusses how malls are redeveloping themselves as entertainment, recreation and experiential gathering places.

Banker & Tradesman

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Riemer & Braunstein partner receives professional achievement award from real estate industry group

Riemer & Braunstein’s Joan Parsons received CREW Boston’s Professional Service and Leadership award in recognition of her contributions to promoting women in the commercial real estate industry. Joan, of Winchester, received the 2017 Leadership Award at the real estate group’s 19th annual Achievement Awards event.

Winchester Wicked Local

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Low income housing decision discussed in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Dennis McKenna, a Senior Partner in Riemer & Braunstein LLP’s litigation department, is interviewed about a decision of the Business Litigation Session and the Stay granted to his clients during the pendency of an appeal to the Massachusetts Appeals Court.

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

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Kristen Fallon joins Riemer & Braunstein as partner in the firm’s finance practice

Riemer & Braunstein has hired Kristen Fallon to its finance practice. Fallon is returning to Boston from Connecticut after taking some time off from practice to raise her four children. She has over 12 years of experience in the commercial lending field.

New England Real Estate Journal

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Local communities see benefit of mixed-use developments

Robert Buckley, a land-use attorney and senior partner at Riemer & Braunstein LLP, said he’s seeing suburban towns increasingly embrace the idea of compact, walkable, mixed-used developments that evoke more of a communal atmosphere.

Banker & Tradesman

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Big development parcel stirs interest

Robert Buckley, a senior partner in Riemer & Braunstein’s real estate practice, comments on trends in area commercial real estate.

Banker & Tradesman

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Regional transit authorities taking the wheel

Employers are slowly realizing that highly-skilled workers value transportation options. Riemer & Braunstein’s Bob Buckley comments on the importance of transportation as a benefit to employees.

CommonWealth

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