1 min readBy Published On: December 20th, 2016Categories: News1 Comment on Real Estate news: Southie just keeps on growing

If there’s a parcel of land, a nook, a cranny in Southie, a developer will find it and build on it.  The Boston Business Journal is reporting that the 42, 000 plus square foot lot right next to the Arts for Humanity building on West First has been proposed for development by CV Properties.  The proposed 8 story office and R&D building will feature retail shops, a cafe and innovation work space and gallery.  This potential new development is just a few blocks away from

CV Properties – also known as Commonwealth Ventures has developed lots of South Boston in particular along A and D streets.  Not only are they developing but they are making a ton of money in the process.  The BBJ article sites examples such as CV properties bought a 1.5 million-square-foot development at Channel Center Street for $21.5 million in 2007 and then renovated the spaces at 10, 20, and 30 Channel Center Street and then sold it last week for a cool $119 million to Lasalle Investment Management.  Wowee!

In other real estate news, a little birdie told us that Carson Towers aka the High-Rise/Bay Towers (on Columbia & G) has sold for over $64 million.   Holy Moly!

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  1. Steve December 20, 2016 at 8:13 pm - Reply

    Minor edits: First paragraph, last line, missing a few words after “from”.

    Bottom of article: “In other real estate news”. “soon” should be” sold”.

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