Commercial mortgage brokerage closed loans with 180 lending institutions, the most in the firm's 21-year history

  • One of Eastern Union's most prominent transactions in 2022 was an $83.33-million bridge loan in support of the acquisition of the 440-unit Halsten at Vinings Mountain in Atlanta. The broker was senior managing director Michel Muller.

  • 2022 marked Abe Bergman's first full year as president and CEO of Eastern Union. During that year, the company placed and closed loans with more lenders than in any year in the company's 21-year history

Eastern Union Attracts Record Number of Lenders In 2022

How Sarah Richardson, Aliya Nealy, Joan Salwen, Shriti Pandey and Katrina Stevens may save the world? Read Here

The 2022-2023 Tech for Global Good Laureates Sarah Richardson of MicroByre, Aliya Nealy of Goodr, Joan Salwen of Blue Ocean Barns, Shriti Pandey of Strawcture, Global Humanitarian Reid Hoffman and President and CEO of The Tech Katrina Stevens gather in downtown San Jose.

From climate-friendly bacteria factories to harvesting seaweed to reduce carbon emissions, these entrepreneurs may save the world

The laureates were honored for creating technology improving the environment and are featured in an exhibition at The Tech Interactive.

Patriots’ Mac Jones, Matt Light, Gov. Charlie Baker and 600 Granite Teammates Shave Their Heads to Benefit Boston Children’s Hospital

Granite Donates $5 Million More to Boston Children’s in 9th Annual ‘Saving by Shaving’ Event

Image 1: Granite CEO Rob Hale (far left) with (left to right) David Andrews (New England Patriots), Matt Light (New England Patriots), Boston Children's Hospital President and CEO Kevin Churchwell, Massachusetts Governor Charles Duane Baker Jr., Quincy (Mass.) Mayor Thomas Koch, Mac Jones (New England Patriots) and Joe Andruzzi (New England Patriots) at the check presentation for the 9th Annual Saving by Shaving event. Photo courtesy of Granite Telecommunications.

New Resolution, New Base and New Name VBR TWENTY24 aka Virginia's Blue Ridge TWENTY24 Targets Paris

The Road to Paris for women's cycling starts in Virginia's Blue Ridge NOW!

Leaders of Visit Virginia's Blue Ridge and the Virginia Tourism Corporation announced today that Team TWENTY24, a diverse team of female professional and junior cyclists, will officially relocate their base of operations from Idaho to Virginia's Blue Ridge.

Women's Pro-Cycling Team Relocates their Base of Operations to Virginia's Blue Ridge