Developers Listen to Generation Z For The Next Hot City

November 11, 2017

A Music City vs. NASCAR showdown is happening as we speak. Two Southern cities are among the hot spots of development as scores of millennials and Generation Z keep flocking to them in droves. In many ways the cities may feel similar, especially on the real estate development radar. Industry experts say Nashville is hot. But the thing is, Charlotte is on fire.


Hey Alexa: Why Should Amazon Pick Charlotte?

Investment Officer Michael Fallon said. “You’re talking about an area, a place that needs to be able to grow an 8M SF campus and 50,000 people. So, Charlotte’s got some runway.”

The Story of Fan Pier, a Catalyst for Boston’s Waterfront

In the last decade, Boston’s Seaport District transformed into a modern neighborhood, with glass towers and futuristic cultural and event venues. The new developments, some delivered at the height of the real estate crash, are the result of a collaboration between local and state authorities, private investors and developers, residents and cultural organizations. Joseph Fallon, president of The Fallon Co., revealed the story behind Fan Pier, the project standing at the core of Boston’s southern waterfront

Executive profile: Fallon Co.’s Michael Fallon aims to expand deals outside Boston

Michael Fallon oversees out-of-state projects for his father’s firm. For a brief time there, Michael Fallon envisioned himself one day getting a law degree and, combined with his undergraduate studies in economics and international relations, pursuing a career working at the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund or a think-tank at the intersection of economics […]

Boston Developer Behind Major Dilworth Project Plans to Expand in Charlotte

The Fallon Company has acquired a 13-story office building near uptown Charlotte, a site that will serve as the Boston real estate developer’s Southeast regional headquarters.

What’s to Become of Cameron Brown Building after $24.5M Sale

The latest buy in uptown office real estate comes from a Boston real estate firm that’s spearheading a significant mixed-use development in Dilworth and plans to deepen its local presence.

Sail Boston Continues With Patriot Run, Wreath Laying Ceremony

Sail Boston festivities continued on Sunday following Saturday’s Grand Parade of Sail in the inner harbor. More than 200 sailors took part in the Patriot Run – from the North Jetty pier to Christopher Columbus Park and back early Sunday morning.

Hubsters toast the Seaport’s newest restaurant

Hundreds of guests welcomed Mastro’s Ocean Club to the Seaport and they were welcomed in return with mounds of fresh shellfish, steak, signature cocktails (with bubbling CO2 pellets to keep them cold) and live music. The party was jammed-packed with those who know Mastro’s from their locations in LA, New York and Washington DC. The evening also offered a […]

A guide to Sail Boston’s Tall Ships

From June 17-June 22, over 50 tall ships will descend on Boston as part of Sail Boston 2017. There are nine types of Tall Ships, and most will be on display at various piers in and around Boston Harbor. Many will be open for public tours. To help you appreciate what is on display, read […]

Mastro’s Ocean Club Opens Thursday in Boston’s Seaport District

A new steakhouse with locations all around the country opens a new one in Boston’s Seaport District.

Guide To 2017 Sail Boston Festival

Sail Boston is the perfect way to kick off summer in Boston. Millions of people are expected in the city to view the historic tall ships that will arrive as part of the 2017 Tall Ships Regatta. The arrival of the tall ships brings an opportunity for both entertainment and education, as visitors can tour some of the […]