Archive for March, 2010
FHO PARTNERS ANNOUNCES 53,000-SQUARE-FOOT LEASE FOR DECISION RESOURCES INC., GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS RELOCATIONTuesday, March 30th, 2010
FHO PARTNERS ANNOUNCES 53,000-SQUARE-FOOT LEASE FOR DECISION RESOURCES INC., GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS RELOCATION
MOVE FROM WALTHAM TO BURLINGTON IS LARGEST SUBURBAN OFFICE RELOCATION TRANSACTION IN 2010
BURLINGTON, MA – March 30, 2010 – FHO Partners, leader in the commercial real estate services field with significant experience in the greater Boston office market, today announced a 53,000-square-foot, 10-year lease for Decision Resources, Inc. at 8 New England Executive Park in Burlington. Decision Resources, a leading provider of research publications, consulting and advisory services for the healthcare industry, will relocate its headquarters from 260 Charles Street in Waltham to accommodate the company’s plans for future growth, and capitalize on the park’s unparalleled location and planned business services upgrades. The new lease is the largest suburban commercial real estate office transaction to date in 2010.
NewBridge on the Charles Unveils New, Interactive Web Site That Lets Visitors “Experience NewBridge”Thursday, March 25th, 2010
NewBridge on the Charles Unveils New, Interactive Web Site That Lets Visitors “Experience NewBridge”
Virtual Tours, Resident Video Testimonials, Photo Galleries and More Highlight the Many Aspects of Life at NewBridge on the Charles
DEDHAM, Mass. (March 25th, 2010)–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NewBridge on the Charles, the new, state-of-the-art continuing care retirement community (CCRC) from Hebrew SeniorLife, today launched its new Web site that gives visitors a taste of life at NewBridge. Featuring virtual tours, resident video testimonials, photo galleries of the Art of NewBridge, a senior living guide and more, the site is a helpful resource for seniors and their families interested in learning what makes NewBridge one of the most innovative CCRCs in the country.
Job Stress is Robbing America of Quality Sleep
Recent Poll by Zeo Reveals What’s Really Keeping Americans Up at Night
BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–What’s keeping Americans up at night? According to a recent poll by Zeo Inc., purveyors of the first personal sleep coach system, 42 percent of Americans report job related stress is keeping them from a good night’s sleep. A close second, 39 percent of Americans reported nighttime noises such as a snoring partner as their key sleep stealer; rounding out the top three, 32 percent blamed caffeine.