From the monthly archives: September 2011

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(Jia Hu edited 胡佳稿)

 

1) Boston Mayor-Thomas Menino 波士顿市长曼宁诺

 

2) Patty Chen with John E. Drew, President of The Drew Company

Sept. 27th, at  the NOIAP’s meeting-Windows on the Waterfront, which was about real estate projects in the new “Innovation District” in Boston’s Seaport District, our company’s  President, Patty Chen introduced the Investment Program to Boston’s real estate developers of the “Innovation District”.   David Manfredi, a founder of Elkus Manfredi Architects, described the “promise” of this new district as: a vibrant, new mixed use neighborhood; a neighborhood driven by innovation; a place to live, work, play, shop, dine, learn and visit. At the event, Mayor Menino wanted, and now sees forming, a 24-hour, mixed use area that will attract both families and entrepreneurs. Seaport Place is a developed building with 1 million sq. ft. of office space and a full service hotel, another 600,000 sq. ft. came along with Manulife’s headquarters, and  after a few years of waiting, Joe Fallon built the first office building on Fan Pier, a speculative 526,000 sq. ft. tower at One Marina Park Drive.

 

9月27日,陈艺平(Patty Chen)在NOIAP波士顿海滨窗口的会议,这是关于波士顿海港一个新的创新区房地产建设项目。我公司总裁陈艺平(Patty Chen)向创新区的开发商介绍了中国投资。Elkus Manfredi的创始人大卫曼弗雷迪(David Manfredi),描述了对这个新地区的“承诺”:一个充满活力,新混合使用的邻里;以邻里为目的的创新项目;一个集工作,玩乐,购物,用餐,学习和访问的地方。在活动中,市长曼宁诺(Menino)表明,他希望这个24小时混合使用区将吸引各类家庭和企业家。海港广场已开发100万平方英尺的办公空间和全方位服务的酒店。还有宏利总部(Manulife)的60万平方英尺。几年之后,乔伦(Joe Fallon)建了风扇码头上的第一个办公楼,并在滨海公园径上建了和一个占地526000平方英尺的塔。

3) Boston’s Developers At NAIOP meeting. L: John E. Drew, President of The Drew Company; Stephen Karp, chairman of New England Development; John P. Fowler, Director of HFF; David Manfredi, Partner of Elkus Manfredi Architects Ltd; Charles D. Reid, Vice President of Boston Global Investors, LLC; Edward G. Nardi, President of Cresset Group

 

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A top Bay State developer said he’s not convinced that new condos will ever be built again in downtown Boston, especially since everyone is switching over to apartment towers in the wake of the luxury real estate market collapse.

“I assumed our 21-story residential building would be condominiums,” said Stephen Karp, chairman of New England Development, who expects to break ground on the Northern Avenue project at Pier 4 next spring. “But that market has changed so much over the past few years … we don’t think it will come back for a long time, and we don’t know if it will ever come back.”

Karp — who made his remarks to a packed meeting of the commercial real estate group NAIOP at the Renaissance Hotel yesterday — joined a panel of Seaport developers cheering the successes of Boston’s rejuvenated waterfront with a host of new restaurants and offices. But the enthusiasm was tempered with the realization that waterfront condos will have to wait.

Charles Reid, executive vice president of Boston Global Investors, the Boston-based group that expects to start construction next year on Seaport Square, a 6.5 million-square-foot, mixed-use development including residences, offices and retail shops, said the market is not ready for new condominiums. “The biggest four-letter word — beside bank — is condo,” Reid told the Herald. “No lender will finance condominiums right now. Our first phase will be 1,100 apartments.”

Developers say the glut of luxury units and sluggish sales have kept lenders at bay. Three major luxury projects in the downtown have struggled to sell out their buildings. The W Hotel & Residences on Stuart Street has sold just 46 of 123 units, the nearby Clarendon, closed on 66 of 107 units while 45 Province in Downtown Crossing has 44 of 150 units sold, according to the Warren Group.

John Drew, president of the Drew Co., who is planning a 2012 ground-breaking for Waterside Place — which includes a supermarket and 236 residential units across from the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center — said he switched the project from condos to apartments due to market changes.

But Drew said condos could be a part of future development. “Right now, there’s no interest by lenders in projects with hundreds of condos,” he said. “But the markets run in cycles and at some point, they will be back in favor.”

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一位高级海湾区的开发人员说,他不相信波士顿中心不会再建共管公寓大楼,特别是别墅地产市场崩溃,每个人都搬到到公寓楼居住后。

“我们的21层住宅楼将会是共管公寓”,新英格兰地区发展主席斯蒂芬卡普说,“我们原本计划在明年春天将开始4码头的北大街项目。但是,在过去的几年中地产市场变化太大,我们估计市场很长一段时间恢复不了,而且我们也不知道它是不是还能回到以前的水平。”

卡普昨天刚在万丽酒店商业地产集团NAIOP的会议上发完言,就加入了港口开发小组,为波士顿海滨的餐馆和办公楼重新焕发活力而庆祝。但是,海滨公寓的建设的长时间等待让我们的热情不得不延缓下。
波士顿环球投资执行副总裁查尔斯里德预计明年启动建设海港广场计划,一个650万平方英尺,包括住宅,写字楼及零售店铺的项目。他同时表示市场还没准备好迎接新的共管公寓。里德告诉导报“:”最大的四个字母的单词 – 除了银行(bank) – 是共管公寓(condo)。 “现在没有人会贷款给共管公寓。我们将在第一阶段建1100公寓。“

开发商说贷款人的钱都压在过剩的豪华房子及其萧条的销售。在市中心的三个主要豪宅项目一直都在努力出售自己的大厦。Stuart街上W酒店的123个住宅单位只售出了46个。附近的克拉伦登的销售关闭时,107个住宅单位只卖出66个。同时根据华伦集团的报告,45号Province街上150个住宅单位也只售出44个。

德鲁有限公司的总裁约翰德鲁,计划2012年开始海湾广场项目,其中包括从波士顿会展中心对面的一家超市和236个住宅单位。 他说由于市场的变化,他选择了公寓套房而不是共管公寓。

但是德鲁说共管公寓可能是未来发展的一部分。 “现在,贷款人对有数百个公寓的项目一点兴趣也没有”他说。 “但是市场运行都有周期,将来的某天,共管公寓会重新得到人们的喜爱。”

 

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(Ken C. edited Ken C.稿)

On September 2nd, 2011 Patty, Sally (advisor), Steve (advisor), and Kenneth of the PattyC Property Group met with the Boston Redevelopment Authority’s (BRA) Director Peter Meade and his Chief of Staff, James Tierney at Boston City Hall. Patty Chen introduced the company PattyC Property Group and explained the  investment projects and how we could help in future developments. Mr. Meade mentioned some projects that we could work together with including the redevelopments of South Boston.

2011年9月2日,(PCPG)派蒂克房地产集团 (PattyC Property Group) 陈艺平(Patty ),莎莉(Sally),史蒂夫(Steve),和锺进财(Kenneth)在波士顿市政厅会见了波士顿重建局(BRA)总监彼得米德(Peter Meade)和他的参谋长詹姆斯蒂尔尼(James Tierney)。陈艺平介绍了PCPG及其正在进行的投资项目,同时还介绍了PCPG在将来能够帮助波士顿发展的重要作用。米德先生提出将来有机会会和PCPG合作一些项目,比如南波士顿地区的重建工作。

                                from left: Sally, Peter Meade, Patty, Steve,  Kenneth

 
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