Roadway traffic will be “severe” for the duration of a 30-day Orange Line shutdown and effects could begin to pop up as soon as Monday, state officials said this morning.
Everett Bank saw its multifamily real estate loans increase by nearly 80 percent during the first six months of 2022, the bank’s final quarters before converting to a stock bank.
The owner of a warehouse in the Interstate 495 Corridor has received a construction loan for a new property and refinanced its existing warehouse next door.
A two-hotel portfolio totaling 171 keys in Lenox has sold to a new owner in a $38 million deal.
From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.
Four new multifamily projects advanced at the Boston Planning & Development Agency board of directors’ August meeting Thursday evening.
With banks holding record volumes of commercial real estate loans, the FDIC plans to increase its focus on CRE transaction testing during its next cycle of bank examinations.
Eastern Bank’s insurance division has made its second acquisition this year and its 36th acquisition over the past 20 years.
A new report from brokerage and listings portal Redfin suggests homebuyer competition took a nosedive in Greater Boston between June and July – but it’s still stronger than in many metros.
Tens of thousands of Boston-area commuters who will have their trips upended for a month by an imminent MBTA shutdown could get a clearer look at available travel alternatives on Friday.
Boston’s biggest shopping street will be closed to cars every Sunday through the end of September in a dramatic move city leaders say will draw more foot traffic to stores and restaurants.
Gov. Charlie Baker has signed a major climate bill into law, despite “agita” a controversial section gave him.
Developers of large projects proposed in Boston will be asked to disclose their plans to ensure project teams are diverse, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Thursday morning.
A Boston man was sentenced to more than two years in prison for his role in online fraud schemes that involved opening at least 16 bank accounts at seven banks.
Hyannis-based Cape Cod 5 plans to expand further in Southeastern Massachusetts with two branches in Plymouth.
Gov. Charlie Baker is asking the state legislature to direct the T to pursue a new technology to electrify the MBTA’s commuter rail system.
With gas prices continuing to fall, inflation is probably slowing further this month. So has the worst bout of inflation in four decades possibly peaked?
Core technology provider Jack Henry & Assoc. plans to acquire Connecticut-based Payrailz, a digital payments company used by several Massachusetts lenders.
A private equity firm has paid $145 million to acquire a newly-completed apartment complex on Soldiers Field Road in Brighton.
Quincy-based Jumbo Capital has sold an office-lab property in Lowell to Rhino Capital for $12.4 million after extending a full-building lease with the existing credit tenant.