Commercial & Industrial
The panel crafting Boston Mayor Michelle Wu’s promised “rent stabilization” proposal is telling members of the public to not argue about the merits of rent control, only how to implement it.
Gov. Charlie Baker is asking state legislators to exempt multifamily housing developments from a proposed 10-town natural gas ban pilot program aimed at gathering data on how to shrink the real estate industry’s carbon footprint.
One of Greater Boston’s biggest apartment landlords said average rents have risen by double-digits in the past year, with “robust pricing power” driving increases earlier in the year than usual.
The former AMC Chestnut Hill cinema will be replaced by a 90,000-square-foot expansion of The Street Chestnut Hill retail complex, including 20 new stores and restaurants.
Imagine if you had to work 107-hour weeks just to afford your apartment. That’s what a minimum-wage worker in Massachusetts would need to afford a market-rate two-bedroom.
Developers are scaling back the initial phase of a 2.6 million-square-foot development near Sullivan Square to include less life science space, including the elimination of a previously proposed lab building at 100 Cambridge St.
Developers of a series of major projects in Charlestown will be asked to coordinate their public benefits packages under a new approach to neighborhood planning.
The new owner of the defunct Silver City Galleria in Taunton received approval to build a 651,076-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility for FedEx at the former shopping mall near Route 24.
Growth appears to be sputtering, home sales are tumbling and economists warn of a potential recession ahead. But consumers are still spending, businesses keep posting profits and the economy keeps adding hundreds of thousands of jobs each month.
A $58.5-million construction loan from Citizens Bank will catalyze the development of FoxRock Properties’ 201-unit Center & Stone complex in Quincy.
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu is revamping the city’s requirements for commercial developers to support daycare and early childhood programs.
A youth sports club and event coordinator is leasing a 64,000-square-foot block of space at the recently renovated 300 Brickstone Square in downtown Andover.
A nearly 300,000-square-foot research lab and biomanufacturing complex would replace a group of industrial tenants in a planned redevelopment of a 15-acre property near the MBTA’s Anderson Regional Transportation Center in Woburn.
If Boston is going to reintroduce a rent control regime, it needs to exempt small landlords, particularly those who keep their rents substantially below market-rate, landlords from across the city told officials at a listening session Thursday.
From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.
A measure legalizing accessory dwelling units in many single-family homes statewide has made it over a significant hurdle in the state Senate, potentially setting a new housing advocacy group up for one of its first major statewide wins.
Brookline-based City Realty is placing an $18 million bet on Quincy Center’s continued revitalization with the purchase of a 132,000-square-foot office building in the heart of the downtown business district.
A Dedham property leased to tenants including General Dynamics and the American Red Cross has been sold to Invesco Real Estate for $134.1 million.
Medford officials are by seeking proposals for a 28-acre air rights development site at that covers both the parking lots and train storage yard at the MBTA’s Wellington Orange Line station.
If state infrastructure grants and moral duty aren’t enough to sway residents and officials in Newton and Arlington to pull their weight in solving the state’s housing crisis, could the climate emergency help?