A redesigned redevelopment of the Whole Foods Market property in Brighton will add home ownership units and a pocket park on Washington Street, while reducing the total housing component and size of the project.
Development at an Archdiocese of Boston-owned property in Brighton would add 70 condos and address the neighborhood’s shortage of home ownership opportunities.
Two developers are proposing a pair of projects that would create a combined 247 housing units on Commonwealth Avenue in Allston-Brighton.
A Waltham developer is proposing a 74,000-square-foot condo project with an emphasis on family-sized units at a vacant Brighton property owned by the Archdiocese of Boston.
A 61-unit apartment complex is proposed for a section of Brighton already being transformed with multifamily and life science development.
Developer IQHQ Inc. plans a nearly 410,000 square feet life science campus at its North Beacon Street property in the growing Allston lab cluster.
A 175-room hotel will occupy one of the two undeveloped parcels at Boston Landing under development plans submitted by NB Development.
One of Greater Boston’s most active life science investors proposes a 354,000-square-foot development at a 3.1-acre Brighton property that it bought in June for $50 million.
Developers are proposing the largest lab complex yet at Boston Landing in Brighton, which has attracted leases by biotech companies and an industry incubator in recent years.
Life science developer IQHQ is adding Brighton to its steadily growing list of Greater Boston development sites, acquiring a parcel on the outskirts of Boston Landing for $50 million.
Boston-based developer Mount Vernon Co. is seeking to redevelop a Brighton property occupied by a Santander Bank branch for a 99-unit apartment complex including ground-level podium parking.
Boston Landing’s new concert venue pays homage to Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers, naming the 3,500-seat arena “Roadrunner” in a nod the band’s 1970s shoutout to the local environs.
A Boston Landing development pad approved for 320,000 square feet of office-lab space is on the market as a potential landing spot for life science companies.