Redevelopment of BFIT Campus Approved in South End

The Boston Planning and Development Agency approved seven projects that will create 485 housing units, including a three-building redevelopment of Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology Campus in South End and an affordable housing tower in Chinatown.

Projects Maximize Potential of Chinatown Parcels

Luxury towers have eroded Chinatown’s working-class housing stock for years. Now, a pair of proposals would generate a combined 328 affordable units as officials and community groups seek to address the housing crisis through surplus property dispositions. 

Nonprofit Wins Bidding War for Chinatown Property

Advancing housing affordability and stabilization is a long game that requires collaboration, creative solutions, and quick interventions. In February, Asian Community Development Corp. successfully did just that when it acquired an occupied private building in Chinatown.

Winthrop Square Millennium

City’s Winthrop Square Windfall Could Reach $166M

Final designs for Millennium Partners’ 1.6-million-square-foot skyscraper in Boston’s Winthrop Square call for a 691-foot structure including 500 luxury condominiums and 750,000 square feet of office space, as developers kicked off the formal review with state and city regulators.

Getting The Green For One Greenway

As chief investment officer at the New Boston Fund, Jim Kelleher played a key role securing financing for the One Greenway development. The site was recaptured after the Big Dig and New Boston, along with the Asian Community Development Corp. planned a development for the site