Boston Mayor Michelle Wu is signalling support for developers’ vision to reawaken the Bulfinch Triangle neighborhood by encouraging taller buildings and multifamily housing.
A Bulfinch Triangle landlord wants to turn its short, turn-of-the-century commercial building into a new lab tower.
A 15-story hotel approved for site near Boston’s North Station in 2014 but never built is being resurrected by its developer.
Quaker Lane Capital has added a 63,000-square-foot office building in Boston’s Bulfinch Triangle to its portfolio with a $24 million acquisition.
Boston has become a sea of cranes, but not every building is a slam-dunk. Here’s why these six projects have languished.
Boylston Properties wants to expand a 10-year-old boutique hotel near Boston’s North Station.
A local film-making contest will punctuate the scheduled November opening party for a 15-screen cinema complex at The Hub on Causeway.
Online security firm Rapid7 has leased an additional 67,000 square feet at the The Hub on Causeway office tower, after moving into its new headquarters in the initial phase of the project’s office space in July.
Dutch boutique hotel chain citizenM has a one-size-fits-all approach to its global portfolio of 13 hotels, including the Gensler-designed citizenM at Boston’s North Station which opens Aug. 5.
A boutique hotel near Boston’s North Station has sold for $46.7 million, according to documents filed in the Suffolk Registry of Deeds.
The departure of a Bulfinch Triangle retail mainstay for over half a century has triggered a change of ownership at 268-274 Friend St. in Boston.
If a seven-space parking lot on the fringes of the North End doesn’t sound like a hotel development site, then you haven’t been paying close attention to Boston’s seemingly inexhaustible