Tag Archives: Boston

Five tips on how Houston can start to rebuild

Hurricane Harvey has rocked Texas, causing billions of dollars in construction damage. As cities start to rebuild, it’s our duty to help business owners get back on their feet. UC Funds has a long history of investing in Houston’s commercial … Continue reading

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UC Funds Announces a New $10.8M Closing in the Illustrious Westchester County

UC Funds recently closed an incredible deal on a large scale redevelopment in the exclusive county of Westchester, New York. We’ve provided a $10.8 million first mortgage loan for the conversion and expansion of an existing building in Dobbs Ferry, … Continue reading

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Is This Really the “New Boston?”

“The sale of the Millennium Tower Boston’s grand penthouse is a vote for the “new Boston” and an endorsement of Millennium Partners, according to Bates.” That’s David Bates, author of the Bates Real Estate Report commenting on the recent sale … Continue reading

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Meet Another Inspiring Boston Marathon Runner

What’s better than another story about a local running the Boston marathon for charity? Meet Jerry Seelen. You’ll find him on the streets of Hingham training for the Boston marathon with his youngest son, Nick in his wheelchair. He’ll be … Continue reading

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Massachusetts Housing Market Keeps Booming

Here is another great article about how much our real estate market is taking off and isn’t showing any signs of dropping off in the near future. Scott Van Voorhis gives us the hard numbers, demonstrating what we at UC … Continue reading

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Boston Firefighter’s Bravery is Generations Strong

repost Gelzinis: Firefighter Follows Uncle’s Heroic Path Given what happened to his uncle Ray, one might logically assume the last thing 26-year-old Joe Morris would want to do with his life is become a firefighter. But there he was yesterday … Continue reading

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6 Fun Things to Do in Boston This Winter

The Palmier family spend most of their free time getting out and about Boston. If it’s happening in Boston, we’ve been there. I’ve put together a list of my top favorite things to do in Boston during the winter to … Continue reading

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Bloomberg Names Massachusetts Most Innovative State in America

This week, Bloomberg Business released its ranking of the most innovative states in America and Massachusetts took the lead with California coming a close second. Having been in the real estate and financing business in Massachusetts for over 25 years, … Continue reading

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Examples of Common Architecture Found in Boston

The Palmier family have a long history in Boston. As a result, we are leaf peepers, foodies, cyclists and lovers of architecture. Boston is a wonderful example of architecture styles that go back as far as the founding of America. … Continue reading

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Boston Marathon to Get Its First Feature Documentary

The Boston Marathon represents the heart and soul of a city that’s tough, loyal and rich in history. Recently, William Kole from the Boston Globe gave us the scoop on a new documentary, “Boston” covering the marathon from its origins … Continue reading

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