Convention Center Parcels Re-Do Attract Same Developers

A re-run of an RFP process for a clutch of parking lots next to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in South Boston didn’t produce any additional bids, but Boston Global Investors and Cronin Group don’t appear to have scaled back their ambitions for the 6-acre site.

Hotels Hopping Mad About Hynes Proposal

The Back Bay Association is raising the specter of a punishing blow to the Back Bay economy if efforts to redevelop the Hynes Convention Center falter due to economic timing, or the complications of rebuilding on a site partially located above the Massachusetts Turnpike.

Boston Lodging Market Fires on All Cylinders

Hotel investors worldwide consider Boston to be a top destination for hotel investment in the United States. Anchored by world-famous institutions in both higher education and health care, Boston is a diverse and thriving economy that is only getting better.

Hotel Boom Rekindles BCEC Expansion Debate

A development pipeline that could add more than 2,000 hotel rooms to the Seaport District in the next few years is likely to add momentum to the debate over expansion of the 70-acre Boston Convention and Exhibition Center campus.

Massport Hotel Plan Is Back To Where It Started

After three years of fits and starts while development has covered vacant parcels in the surrounding neighborhood, Massport has selected a consortium of developers to build a 1,054-room hotel on Summer Street opposite the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.