Boston city councilors demanded immediate changes to the city’s inclusionary development policy, expressing impatience with the pace of a study on requirements for affordable units in new multifamily projects.
Boston’s commercial real estate is the most resilient North American innovation cluster in adjusting to the pandemic era shifts in demand, according to a report on 2023 market trends.
Mark Development will ask the MBTA for a two-year extension of its deadline to acquire a lab development site in Newton in the latest sign of softening for the life science market.
Residents in cities north of Boston only have to wait a few more days, the last in a decades-long span of promises and anticipation, before they can hop on a Green Line trolley into the state’s capital city.
The Boston-based nonprofit organization founded by Eastern Bank to support small business owners of color has merged with Mill Cities Community Investments, a Lawrence-based community development financial institution.
Suffolk Downs Suffolk Downs will open an 8,500-seat outdoor performance venue next spring in a partnership with concert promoter The Bowery Presents.
A Brockton company specializing in asbestos remediation is expected to shut down after repeatedly exposing construction workers to asbestos.
The MBTA is getting close to a fully staffed slate of subway dispatchers six months after federal investigators warned that shortages posed safety risks, though it’s still not clear when the transit agency will reverse service cuts triggered by workforce issues.