First and foremost, our hearts go out to everyone who has been affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Brand identity is a big part of effectively doing business today. More than ever, customers are interested in what your brand says, what your values are, how you communicate your product and how you want people to feel when they interact with it.
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Preservation of a registered historic landmark in Lowell, Massachusetts has begun following completion of pre-development funding for the Lowell Legacy Hotel. The funding was arranged by the Cherrytree Group of Newton, Massachusetts.
The Cherrytree Group is excited to announce that these will be our last few weeks at 233 Needham St, Suite 510. We have called this office home for nearly 8 years now, but we are excited for our next journey!
On May 31, 2018, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed into law the $1.8 billion Housing Bond Bill (H.4536). Included in this bill is the 5 year extension of the Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credit and Massachusetts State Historic Tax Credits.
Most towns in America have more than a few run-down, abandoned buildings. They sit as eyesores on Main Streets while the community watches — or tries to ignore them. They require too much time and investment to attract developers to restore them.
BOSTON – Over 50 Massachusetts developers, architects, attorneys and tax professionals gathered at Gillette Stadium to listen as industry leaders discussed the field of tax credit acquisition and syndication for historic preservation, renewable energy creation or remediation of contaminated land.
Part of being in the tax credit world means constantly learning to adapt to a constantly changing industry. Because of this, it is very important that we, the Cherrytree Group, absorb as much
For some, Tax Credits can be the IDEAL Investment!
Once a year we all get that cringeworthy feeling when we need to write a check to the IRS. As real estate professional or an investor with passive income we all know that feeling of … “Where did my money go?”