‘Tear The Damn Thing Down’

Fred Salvucci has always thought big when it comes to transportation projects and how they could shape the Massachusetts economy, driving changes like the Big Dig that continue to shape today’s commercial real estate investment 30 years later.

In Defense Of Big Ideas

Scott Van Voorhis’s recent comments about the North-South Rail Link repeat, sadly, the typical Boston cliché about big ideas – they are risky, cost too much and we Bostonians prefer to live in a broken-down city rather than dream big, or heavens-to-Betsy, spend serious money.

No Surprise In Lack Of Bids On Kneeland Street

You know the saying that doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results is the definition of insanity? Well, our state government’s long string of spectacular failures trying over and over again to cash in on potentially valuable Boston development sites also serves as a pretty good definition of sheer stupidity.