Greater Boston’s office market faces a year of reckoning in 2023 amid a wave of lease expirations and dwindling lab conversion activity, commercial real estate brokers predict.
The city of Cambridge’s moratorium on office and lab development in the Alewife Quadrangle is starting to affect the existing development pipeline, as The Davis Cos. withdrew a proposed 280,000-square-foot life science project at 40 Smith Place.
Harvard University next Allston development proposal includes a new home for the American Repertory Theatre and 264 affordable housing units for faculty and graduate students.
Citing regulatory feedback and the likely steps needed to address that feedback, Boston-based State Street Corp. has agreed with Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. to terminate the proposed acquisition of BBH’s investor services business.
A suspect in more than a dozen bank and credit union robberies in several New England states near the Interstate 91 corridor was arrested yesterday in connection with one of the robberies.
Higher net interest income has helped drive earnings at Massachusetts banks through the first three quarters of 2022, according to FDIC data.
City Realty Group Managing Partners Fred Starikov and Stephen Whalen visited the AME Zion Church in Boston, part of Boston-based CRG’s yearly tradition of donating turkeys and pies to help those in need.
Educators from across Massachusetts are making it clear that public higher education is on the top of their priority list for the newfound funds from a surtax on incomes over $1 million.
The average long-term U.S. mortgage rate ticked down for the third week in a row and have fallen more than a half-point since hitting a 20-year high less than a month ago.