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With nearly two decades of experience, Equitable has partnered with a wide range of businesses and clientele. Explore how Equitable's unique model has benefited others in achieving their real estate goals. Learn what differentiates us from the competition, and how we may be able to better serve your real estate needs.
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read more › Equitable Real Estate Solutions is a corporate real estate services firm that specializes in local, national and global tenant representation. Our mission is to provide comprehensive real estate solutions, regardless of size or geographic location and to outperform the market and our competitors by delivering an unmatched level of commitment, expertise and personal service on every real estate assignment. Equitable's goal in each and every assignment is to make a significant contribution to your company's success by maximizing the value, performance and efficiency of your leased and owned real estate assets.

read more › We believe that the difference between a great real estate solution and a mediocre result rests squarely in the hands of the individuals on your team. At least one principal of Equitable is involved in every transaction. At other firms, a senior person often secures business, but behind the scenes the transaction is "handed off" to a much less experienced salesperson. With an average experience level of more than 15 years in real estate, the client is assured of working with a highly qualified team of business owners that offer a broad mix of skills, market knowledge and negotiating expertise.

read more › MCMC specializes in evaluating claims, reviewing cases, processing bills, applying network discounts and providing managed care services that allow clients to achieve positive outcomes through cost effective solutions. Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) is a non-profit public benefit corporation whose mission is to accelerate development and availability to the public of energy-efficient technologies. The Cambridge Trust Company is one of New England's leaders in wealth management with $2.3 billion in client assets under management.

read more › Aptara is a world leader in content transformation and has created some of the most advanced workflow collaboration and electronic data discovery (EDD) processes. The company's rapid growth projections had Aptara on course to grow from its current 6,500 rentable square feet to 12,000 rentable square feet over the next five years. The challenge was to find a new home that would accomplish this and do it without putting an undue financial burden on the firm, since Aptara did not need all the space immediately and wanted neither to pay for excess space nor a second move.

read more › After an extensive employee demographic study it was determined that Burlington and Lexington were the two towns best suited to the existing employee base's commute and would also allow Cambridge Trust to pull from a deep pool of qualified applicants. Unfortunately, the market in Burlington was rapidly heating up. Making matters more complex was the remaining two year lease term and the $1.575 million rental obligation that came with it. The building at 78 Blanchard Road was quickly identified as a "perfect fit" and two others were engaged for leverage.

read more › MCMC specializes in evaluating claims, reviewing cases, processing bills, applying network discounts and providing managed care services that allow clients to achieve positive outcomes through cost effective solutions. The firm had been at its current location at 88 Black Falcon Avenue in Boston for 10 years. After assessing its needs with a proper space planning program through our project management group it was determined that MCMC needed 20,000 square feet. After comprehensive multiple market surveys and tours the list of properties was narrowed down to three, including their existing building, which would be engaged in negotiations.

read more › The firm also requested that Equitable Real Estate do a market study of the location and migration patterns of a significant number of its clients, architectural firms. Boston is growing as the new Seaport District opens. This growth is perceived to be shifting the city's center of gravity. The company needed information on these important issues and more to make an informed choice about its future home. Given the substantial number of partners in the firm, getting to a consensus on the criteria was key to maintaining harmony.

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