Parkaze and HqO announce a partnership to improve tenant parking experience at commercial workplaces

Parkaze, the parking software startup for residential and commercial real estate, and HqO, the premier end-to-end tenant experience provider for office buildings, have partnered to deliver a safe tenant parking experience for the Commercial Real Estate (CRE) industry. The integration of Parkaze’s platform with the HqOs Tenant Experience Platform brings together unparalleled parking management and […]



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The Cambridge Landscape with Lindsay Allison

Lindsay Allison is a Boston real estate heavyweight, selling properties in Cambridge, Massachusetts— a very important strategic city within the parking stratosphere.  In this interview, we talked about the ways in which parking spaces effect real estate. How did you actually get started in the real estate industry?  I was a retail store buyer. I […]



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COVID-19’s Effect on the Environment

Uchenna Bright is the Eastern States advocate of E2. She has an extensive background working in NRDC and experience developing multifaceted strategies to deliver lasting change while making sound economic decisions to successfully transform markets in a productive, sustainable way. Sarah Simon, on the other hand, is the E2 New England chapter director of the […]



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Free Parking in Boston: Fact or Myth?

Boston is iconic for its beautiful fall leaves, Fenway Park, Mike’s Pastry cannolis, the Common, Hahvahd Yahd, and… expensive parking. Finding a spot is not only time consuming and frustrating, but also increasingly expensive. According to boston.gov, the City of Boston last raised parking meter fees citywide in 2011 when the hourly rate increased their […]



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The Scariest Boston Parking Story

And the winner is…. Rosabelle334 from reddit! Thank you so much to everyone who participated in our search for the worst parking horror story. At this current moment, sometimes it’s hard to remember the things that bring us together. Ask any Boston person what makes living in Boston so hard and the answer is almost […]



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