Preservation powers Communities
Older, often abandoned, buildings can be overlooked or even an eyesore, but with the right vision, they offer new opportunities for a community’s future.
top 3 things tech tenants want
Technology companies are going beyond Silicon Valley and settling into new markets across the country, like right here in Massachusetts. And with growth the name of the game, they represent a new, exciting need for commercial real estate.
fast casual restaurants are trending
If you are familiar with the hospitality industry, or even if you just like to eat, it’s pretty certain you’ve heard the term, fast casual. A mash-up of fast food and casual dining, fast casual spots make up a large segment of American eateries and have been increasing in popularity.
Meet Karen McShea. As Vice President of Real Estate Development at Lupoli Companies, she loves the fast-paced, ever-changing nature of real estate.
Inspiring & empowering women
In honor of International Women’s Day, we talked with a few of the women here at Lupoli Companies on a variety of topics from what they enjoy about their work to lessons on meeting your own career goals.
A Common Thread WEAVED in lawrence
More than 100 years ago, textile workers walked out of the building that is now Riverwalk and into the bitter cold to join 30,000 workers who paraded, picketed and clashed with authorities during the famous Bread and Roses Strike of 1912.
Here at Lupoli Companies we share the love all year round by giving back to our community each day. But if you are still doing some last-minute Valentine’s Day shopping, here is a list of our favorite charities—when you make a donation, it will not only warm your heart, but it will last long after the month of February.
Throw A Winning Super Bowl Party at Work
Are you ready for some football? Give coworkers a chance to gear up for the big game with these championship ideas—you might even use a few at your own Super Bowl party this weekend!
REVOLVING TEST KITCHEN ANNOUNCES NEW RESTAURANT
After a successful year in the Revolving Test Kitchen, the current tenant chef Raymond Gonzalez is ready to pay it forward by passing this incredible experience on to one of the many applicants vying to move into the downtown Lawrence location.
During the holidays, we partnered with Clarendon Early Education Services, Inc., A Child Care Nutrition Agency at Riverwalk Lawrence to support their Annual Toy Drive—and we are thrilled to announce that it was a BIG SUCCESS!
do you have what it takes to be the next food entrepreneur at the revolving test kitchen?
Sustainable entrepreneurship and economic growth go hand in hand. Lupoli Companies continues to support local entrepreneurs in a number ways.
entrepreneurs, changing the way we live, work and play
Being involved in leasing commercial real estate lends itself to meeting and interacting with all types of entrepreneurs. The most exciting entrepreneurs are challenging and changing the way we will live, work and play.
downtime - make it your time
Some afternoons, usually around 2PM, the strong urge to re-caffeinate seems to take hold like my early morning espresso that has somehow lost its punch.
top 3 benefits of social media marketing
Social media establishes your brand and sets you apart from your competitors. If your goal is to attract and engagement with millennials or entrepreneurs, social media needs to be a top priority in your marketing plan.
focused on the future
Stewardship refers to the perspective of seeing the ownership of a family business as a responsibility to the next generation, and to employees, and to the community – rather than simply as a financial investment.
Lupoli Companies CEO & Founder Sal Lupoli, looks at buying real estate as part businessman/part family man. He asks himself, “Would I live here, would I shop here, will I be helping the community here?”
Smart Growth Developments Support Economic Stimulation
Lupoli Companies has been on the forefront of Smart Growth Neighborhoods since 2003 when Sal Lupoli purchased his first mill building at Riverwalk and continues today with the redevelopment of Thorndike Exchange.