MCCA Set to Cancel Southie Development Plan

The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority will drop its immediate plans for development of 6.5 acres near the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, opting for a broader look at its strategy and the changing market conditions in commercial real estate.

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.

Hot Property: 10 World Trade

10 World Trade in Boston’s Seaport District is the city’s first development recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council for sustainable design of landscapes and outdoor spaces.

BGI, Cronin Group Vie for MCCA Parcels

Two developers have submitted proposals for mixed-use projects including offices, labs, performing arts space and a grocery store on 6.2 acres of Massachusetts Convention Center Authority-owned property in South Boston.

Project Delays Start to Stack Up

The next generation of developments with the potential to reshape the Boston skyline are under threat from a combination of higher construction costs, rising interest rates and questions about the region’s housing market.

Big Boston Architects, Developers Get PPP Loans

Two well-known Boston real estate developers and a pair of the city’s leading architectural firms are recipients of payroll protection program (PPP) loans designed to retain more than 500 jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic.