Downtown Boston’s most-watched development project is set to create a new neighborhood within a single building, as closings of the first condominiums begin in April at Winthrop Center.
Equal parts community center, art gallery and music venue, Downtown Crossing’s newest storefront is a leap of faith by a commercial landlord on the future of Boston retail space.
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu named an advisory team ranging from affordable housing activists and labor union representatives to commercial developers to revamp the city’s real estate permitting process.
The Boston Preservation Alliance added its voice to opponents of a proposed Downtown Crossing office tower and urged city officials not to approve “spot zoning” for taller buildings in the neighborhood.
Attorneys for Suffolk Construction CEO John Fish won a round in the three-year legal battle against Boston developer Weiner Ventures over recent claims that the Boston developers destroyed evidence about the failed 1000 Boylston condominium project.
The pending reopening of a new observatory at the Prudential Tower is attracting widespread interest as Boston’s newest location for private events with commanding views, Boston Properties executives said.
With little competition from new luxury high-rises in downtown Boston and stable rent trends, the pending sale of the Sudbury could set another record for multifamily investment sales.
A North Andover developer will seek tenants for a 900,000-square-foot industrial development after acquiring the site from the Fall River River Development Corp.
Mayor Michelle Wu laid out specifics about the advent of a new Boston Planning and Development Agency, including goals of accelerating approvals while emphasizing affordability, coastal resilience and equity.
A 29-unit apartment complex developed by The Procopio Companies in Winthrop passed the 80-percent leasing threshold, buoyed by strong demand for urban amenities, the Middleton developer said.
Asana Partners is seeking to renovate and expand a block of commercial properties in Somerville’s Davis Square with life science space above updated storefronts.
Developers and housing activists alike had critiques of Boston Mayor Michelle Wu’s proposed changes to affordable housing requirements in new developments.
Developers are proposing a massive expansion of Hanscom Field’s private jet facilities including construction of nearly 500,000 square feet of hangar space.
An East Boston nonprofit is challenging a recent state ruling that would prevent affordable housing from being built on a long-vacant waterfront parcel.
Life science developer IQHQ Inc. will seek approval for a 461,300-square-foot project in Boston’s Kenmore Square including the former Hotel Buckminster property.
Life science space is the preferred future for a 10-story Downtown Crossing office building acquired in 2022 for $107 million.
Pension fund managers Mass PRIM will relocate this summer to 53 State St. in Boston’s Financial District to accommodate recent and potential future staff expansion.
A 16-story apartment tower on the East Boston waterfront was acquired by Tishman Speyer in a $135 million deal.
LEGO Group will relocate its Americas headquarters to Boston while exiting its suburban Connecticut campus of nearly 50 years.
A Waltham life science campus has been sold to a California real estate investor after attracting a Cambridge biomanufacturing tenant under the seller’s repositioning project.