We assist clients with critical decision making by deriving the value of various alternatives. Services include market studies, feasibility analyses, rent determinations, and highest and best use studies.
Some of the many institutions and companies we have advised include Marvin F. Poer and Company, Ridgefield Valuation, CSX, Kennedy Jenks, Belveron Partners and Massachusetts Realty Group/JLL.
Developed proprietary transactional analyses and market studies for non-revenue generating real estate owned by major transit agencies, including Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, New York State Thruway, Chicago Transit Authority, and Bay Area Rapid Transit.
Developed a market indicator report of key market and investment criteria for 20 expiring M.G.L. Sec. 13A developments located throughout Massachusetts. Included special consideration of existing affordability restrictions and potential M.G.L. 40T transition periods.
Prepared market study and valuation models for a 7,600 seat multi-purpose arena, to assist the City of Lowell with its negotiations to sell the subject property to University of Massachusetts–Lowell (UML.)
This landmark train station has been leased and used as a retail facility since 1987. We developed a feasibility analysis to assist with ownership decisions regarding leasing or selling the asset. Newton Centre Station was designed by H.H. Richardson and built circa 1900.
This evaluation informed operating decisions for leased assets in MBTA Red Line subway stations. The portfolio included ATM kiosks, concourse retail, street-level retail, office space, storage space, restaurants, and a daycare center.
Our firm completed extensive feasibility studies for MAR’s headquarters building. The project analyzed several scenarios, including build a new headquarters, move or renovate the existing building.