Metal Trees, Noisy Elevators and a $35M Cost Overrun

Developer Stephen Weiner’s requests for design changes delayed the failed 1000 Boylston luxury condominium project, which was already facing a $35 million cost escalation, according to new testimony in a legal battle between Suffolk Construction CEO John Fish and Boston developer Weiner Ventures.

Condo Tower Would Cover Gap over Turnpike in Back Bay

Boston-based developer Weiner Ventures received approval for a 108-unit condominium tower in the Back Bay which, if completed, would be the city’s first successful air rights project since the 3.7-million-square-foot Copley Place in 1984.

One Post Office Square in the Financial District

Developers Bullish on Financial District Office Growth

After taking a backseat to the Seaport in recent years, Boston’s Financial District is finally on the verge of a revival as an office development hotspot. Opportunities to reposition parking garages are driving several of the latest projects. Two developers are looking to add over 1 million square feet of office space in the central business district in anticipation of accelerating leasing demand.

Developer Drops Mass Pike Apartment Tower

Plans to build two residential towers above the Massachusetts Turnpike in Back Bay have been scaled back with elimination of a 182-unit apartment tower and reduction in a proposed condo tower from 160 to 108 units.

1000 Boylston Revives Turnpike Air Rights Vision

Developers haven’t successfully completed an air rights project over the Massachusetts Turnpike in Boston since Copley Place was completed in 1983, but the dream of maximizing valuable Back Bay real estate remains a powerful incentive in a booming multifamily market.