Cannabis Reform Should Be Bipartisan Priority

A Republican majority in the U.S. House of Representatives doesn’t have to – and shouldn’t – be an obstacle to ending harmful laws that hobble legitimate marijuana businesses in Massachusetts, and the banks and credit unions that serve them.

Hot Property: 20 Overland St.

A renovation project designed by Margulies Perruzzi transformed over 64,000 square feet across two floors at 20 Overland St. in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood into BSL-2 lab and open-plan office space.

Casting a Wide Net for Development Opportunities

Urban Spaces and its CEO, Paul Ognibene, are making a mark on wide-ranging elements of the local real estate industry, from creation of affordable housing on vacant lots in Boston to major mixed-use projects in Cambridge.

Deed-Restricted Condos Are a Missed Opportunity

At first glance, deed-restricted affordable condominiums seem like a strong policy tool to address the housing shortage. But the current structures governing these units locks their owners out of generational wealth – and even the ability to finance their purchase.

Breaking Down Home Ownership Costs

Too many homebuyers don’t hunt for the lowest mortgage rate. They spend weeks, sometimes months, looking for a house. But when it comes to shopping around for a loan, they don’t bother.

Designing Landscapes and Defending Landmarks

John Amodeo has decades of experience reshaping – and protecting – landscapes from urban Boston buildings to college campuses and Cambridge parks in his career at IBI Group and as a member of the Boston Landmarks Commission.