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Distilling the Facts from Fiction:

How to Identify and
Manage PFAS Risks
in CRE Transactions

Tuesday, February 8 | 2:00 - 3:15 PM EST

JANUARY 7, 2022: IMPORTANT MESSAGE regarding possible
delays for Environmental Lien and Chain of Title searches.

There is a resurgence of COVID-related federal, state and county office closures and access restrictions. As a result, there may be delays in order completions. We will keep you informed of the situation. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

Cannabis and CRE: Exploring Environmental Compliance and Due Diligence

The proliferation of the legal production and sale of cannabis throughout the U.S. has led to tremendous growth of the industry in a relatively short period of time.

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Industry News

Boston Properties Sees Leasing Velocity Hit 2019 Levels, Says Omicron Didn’t Impact Demand

Jan 26, 2022 - Boston Properties, the largest U.S. office REIT, has seen leasing demand recover to pre-pandemic levels in recent months, despite challenges posed by the omicron variant, it reported in its quarterly earnings release Wednesday.


Three Commercial Real Estate CEOs Committed To ESG

Jan 26, 2022 - The commercial real estate industry has had a heightened focus on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) initiatives over the last few decades.


EWG: At least 1,500 U.S. textile mills likely dischargers of ‘forever chemicals’

Jan 26, 2022 - The Environmental Working Group has identified more than 1,500 textile mills that may be releasing the toxic “forever chemicals” known as PFAS that are responsible for contaminating drinking water across the U.S.