“There is still plenty of room in land development for brick and mortar retail” read Rich O’Connell’s thoughts in his New England Real Estate Journal 2018 Forecast Article – Jan 26th – Feb 1 issue
RJO’Connell & Associates is proud once again to work with Earthworm Recycling of Somerville, MA to help protect the environment. In 2017 we reduced our carbon footprint by an estimated 2.2 metric tons. In a combined effort we recycled over 4,573 pounds of paper (saving 38.87 trees) and 56 pounds of Electronic Equipment. An estimated 7.2 pounds of LEAD diverted from landfills/incinerators.
To find out more about Earthworm visit www.earthwormrecycling.org.
The best part of the Holiday Season is kindness shared. During the month of December RJOC employees filled the Christmas wishes for some of the children at the St. Anne’s Home of Methuen. This was certainly an activity that was a plus for both the employees and the children. St. Anne’s has been helping children since 1925. If you’d like to find out more about the work done at St. Anne’s visit their webpage www.StAnnesHome.
RJOC’s Brian Timm attends “First Ever City Kids Gala”. He was very impressed and inspired by the work this organization is doing for the children of Boston. Brian shares a photo of himself with “Dangerous Dana Rosenblatt” a title winning left-handed professional boxer. Dana is a member of the City Kids Board of Directors. We are pleased to support our client City Realty Boston in their mission to help the children of Boston. Learn more about this program please visit City Kids.
City Kids “All about the children of Boston” a great program founded by City Realty. The first-ever Gala was held in The Atrium at WGBH Studios November 8, 2017. Learn more about this worthwhile cause.
“RJO’Connell & Associates stays true to its course of client service and satisfaction” … featured Company of the Month in the New England Real Estate Journal Oct 27- Nov 2, 2017 Retail Trends and Development
read the NEREJ Article
“Medford shopping center revived as Meadow Glen” The Boston Globe Sept. 28, 2017
Congratulations to our client New England Development as they near grand opening of Meadow Glen. Read about this new shopping experience at the NED site.
A NEREJ Project of the Month – Arsenal Yards has received it’s MEPA Final Certificate. Congratulations to Boylston Properties & The Wilder Companies! RJOC is proud to be part of the Project Team. view nerej project of the month
The New England Real Estate Journal highlights recent leasing at the LINX Office Building in Watertown, MA. Congratulations to our client Boylston Properties on the completion of this spectacular creative office and Lab building. RJOC proud to be a part of their team.
Thursday, June 15th “Early bird shoppers flock to ALDI in Waterford for opening day” Congratulations to our client Kincora Development on the official opening of the Waterford ALDI Food Market. RJOC is proud to be part of this development team. According to The Day.com article The German grocery chain plans to expand to 2,500 stores nationwide by the end of 2012. Continue reading about ALDI at www.theday.com
Simon Property Group has announced a major redevelopment & facelift at the Northshore Mall, Peabody. We at RJO’CONNELL are very proud to be part of the Simon team for the new Restaurant Row project. Details of this project at Salemnews.com
Once again RJO’CONNELL & ASSOCIATES is a proud supporter of the YOGA ReachesOut New England YOGATHON 2017. The event will be held Sunday April 30, 2017 at the Empower Field House, Gillette Stadium. Proceeds will benefit the Yoga Reaches Out Wellness Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and Off the Mat, Into the World. For additional information on participating or donating please visit Yoga Reaches Out.org.
“A day to remember, A day to make a difference!”
RJO’Connell & Associates is proud once again to work with Earthworm Recycling of Somerville, MA to help protect the environment. In 2016 we reduced our carbon footprint by an estimated 2.23 metric tons. In a combined effort we recycled over 4,659 pounds of paper (saving 39.62 trees) and 30 pounds of Electronic Equipment. An estimated 42 milligrams of Mercury diverted from landfills/incinerators.
To find out more about Earthworm visit www.earthwormrecycling.org.
Once again The New England Real Estate Journal has featured RJOC’s survey manager Scott L’Italien, PLS in the 2017 Retail Forecast Spotlight. “Successful projects begin with a quality survey” read Scott’s full article published in the NEREJ January 27 – February 2, 2017 issue. download pdf.
An RJOC project Arsenal Yards is a redevelopment and expansion of the Arsenal Mall. The mixed use development will feature 350,000 sf of retail and entertainment, about 500 residences, and 100,000 sf of existing office space. Boylston Properties and The Wilder Companies plan to begin construction in 6 to 8 months. Learn more about the positive aspects of this project for the town of Watertown by visiting High Profile Monthly.
RJOConnell is proud to have Boylston Properties and the Wilder Companies as our clients and that they chose to partner with us on this recent venture Watertown’s Arsenal Yards. Among other services, RJOC has provided the Land Planning and Civil Engineering for this extensive renovation and expansion. The plans include Retail, Restaurant, Entertainment and approximately 500 residential apartments. Find out more at boston.curbed.com 12/1/16 article, the new Arsenal Yards: the details on the 1 million-square-foot development. The announcement can also be found at the Boston Globe online.
Sending our Sincerest Wishes that 2017 will bring Peace & Prosperity to everyone.
Thank you to everyone that participated in our gift collection for the U.S. Marine Corps Toys For Tots Program. Helping the less fortunate children throughout the United States to experience the joy of Christmas is a benefit to all of us. One of our nation’s most valuable resources is our children. The real goal of this program is to work together in sending a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters: a message that will serve to assist them in becoming responsible, productive, patriotic citizens. This is the objective of the U.S. Marine Corps.
A sincere thanks to Bill Holleran for organizing the program in our office.
December 15th is fast approaching
The mission of the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to needy children in the community. In the spirit of the holidays RJOC employees will be collecting toy donations up until December 15th. The ages for toy collection are new borns to 10yrs old. Join us in donating to the Toys for Tots program. For more information visit the website for the Boston area Toys For Tots program. Thank you!
Once again the RJOC team stepped up by collecting cleaning supplies & other household items for the Louisiana flood victims. The Delta Lodge of Braintree organized the collection. The supplies were shipped down to the Shriners in the Baton Rouge area who distributed them to the community. Job Well Done!
RJOC will be hosting the 8th Annual Dave Flanagan Memorial Golf Outing on Thursday September 15, 2016 at the Brookmeadow Country Club in Canton. This event has become a special day for Dave’s family & all of us at RJO’CONNELL to celebrate the memory of a father & friend. The deadline for registration is September 5th.
For additional information please contact Kerry Aquino at:
email@example.com or 781-279-0180 ext 110
Our tribute to Dave’s memory is priceless and we thank you for your continued support.
2016 REGISTRATION BROCHURE
The 14th Anniversary NAIOP Bus Tour, LIFE on The Edge…Boston’s New Frontier, was held Wednesday May 18th. The tour was a look at the outer-edge of Boston observing what is new and breaking in the growing markets along Boston’s urban ring. Hundreds of the leading developers, investors, brokers and other real estate professionals took part in the event. RJO’CONNELL participated by contributing a Project Spotlight for the Bus Tour Guidebook. A highlight of a few of our recent projects.
“Sometimes it’s what’s outside the box that counts”