Commercial & Industrial
Some residents’ opposition to multifamily housing frequently dominates headlines, but developers say understaffed and fragmented town hall bureaucracies are just as big a problem in Boston suburbs.
Landlords and developers got two wins in the last 30 days in the fight to stop tenant “right of first refusal” or “TOPA” laws: one on Beacon Hill and the other in a Middlesex County Courtroom.
Better luck next season, Carlo and Bob.
The Current retail incubator expands WS Development’s partnership with Black Owned Bos. Market with a new line-up of stores for Black Owned Business Month during August.
It’s looking like the answer to the question of what to do with a piece of real estate is no longer just “convert it to life science space,” at least for a few years.
Asking rents for industrial properties in Greater Boston hit record highs in the second quarter after a 27.5 percent increase in the past 12 months.
A Dedham developer seeks to build 124 housing units at a Roslindale commercial property that was the failed potential location for a charter school.
Senate Democrats have agreed to eleventh-hour changes to their marquee economic legislation that preserve a commonly-used method of financing real estate developments.
Construction of an $80 million hotel next to Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway is being challenged by a North End neighbor who argues that an enclosed roof deck would exceed maximum zoning heights.
The MBTA will venture into uncharted territory with a newly announced month-long shutdown of the Orange Line, and the unprecedented step might not be the last of its kind.
With the MBTA planning to shut down its entire Orange Line subway to conduct a range of safety repairs and upgrades, the 101,000 people who take the line every day will need to use different ways to get to work.
Potential plans by a Newton developer for a skyscraper that would reshape the Boston skyline near North Station are prompting neighborhood associations to seek officials’ reaction to the scale of the project.
This back-to-school shopping season, parents – particularly in the low to middle income bracket – are focusing on the basics while also trading down to cheaper stores amid surging inflation.
The Hamel Mill Lofts, a 305-unit renovated historic mill apartment community located at 40 Locke St. in Haverhill, has sold for $77 million.
Redevelopment of a 9-acre Dorchester site would bring nearly 1.6 million square feet of office, research and multifamily housing next to another massive, life sciences-focused project.
Hundreds of millions of dollars in housing investments are in limbo after state legislators held off on finalizing a popular economic development bill Sunday night.
A pair of new life science campuses in Allston and Somerville being developed on speculation received nearly $1.1 billion in construction financing.
Student housing specialist Scape is opting for a 188,000-square-foot life science project at a Somerville property where it previously had floated plans for a 250-unit multifamily development.
From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.
Boston firefighters responded Saturday to the second fire in five weeks at the One Congress office tower in downtown Boston.