The oldest surviving house in Boston isn’t Paul Revere’s House (it’s #2), it’s “Deacon Blake’s” home at 735 Columbia Road in Dorchester. The city of Boston bought it in 1895 to tear it down! – but the Dorchester Historical Society saved it and you can tour it on the 3rd Sunday of any month.
Interesting stats from the PAST 14 days: (sublease & direct – in all cases temp space excluded) from Mass Ave to the Seaport, South End to North Station.
- 46 spaces hit the market as available in the subject area equating to ~452,000 SF, mostly due to 18575 SF @ 101 Arch; 25240 SF @ 225 Franklin; 48706 SF @ 99 High; 46973 SF @ 125 High; 40118 SF at Ave. De Lafayette;
- The good news is 63 spaces came off the market equating to ~576,000 SF, mostly due to 198710 SF @ 1 Lincoln; many smaller (+1000 – 5000 SF) spaces removed as well;
- There are 369 suites between 2,500 & 5,000 SF available today. There are 324 suites available between 5,000 & 10,000;
- Total Availability (direct & sublease) is ready to crest 18%, currently at ~17.9 MM SF.