The completion of Route 128 changed Massachusetts and its commercial real estate industry more fundamentally than anything before, or perhaps since. And its evolution continues today.
The Federal Reserve’s largest interest rate hike in nearly three decades likely will put a kink in Greater Boston’s housing pipeline, increase apartment rents and weed out some development firms.
Acquisition of a former Boston Sports Club in Newton will enable the West Suburban YMCA to expand this fall following planned renovations to the 61,000-square-foot facility.
Decades before “compact living” became a buzzword, an order of priests lived in tiny cells at Brighton’s St. Gabriel’s Monastery. John Sullivan is an executive vice president at CC&F, where he oversees development projects including the 555-unit development that rose in the monastery’s place.
Boston developer Cabot, Cabot & Forbes has filed plans with Cambridge officials for a 58,000-square-foot research and development building near the site of a major planned biotech development in the city’s west.
It’s still a renter’s market for luxury apartments in Boston, but it doesn’t look like that’s going to last much longer after five straight months of rent increases
The Biden Administration has proposed spending a stunning $213 billion to tackle our nation’s growing affordable housing crisis. But in the end, all that extra cash sloshing around will fuel bidding wars for an artificially limited number of urban sites.
A new report shows that Quincy, Revere and Malden had the most new apartment deliveries in Massachusetts in the last five years, while underscoring that Greater Boston trails many U.S. metros in rental housing production.
Major Boston developer Cabot, Cabot & Forbes has bought a roughly 4-acre parcel in an industrial area near the Alewife MBTA station that’s being heralded as the city’s last great growth opportunity.
Now that Wall Street investors have discovered the Alewife neighborhood and its fast-growing life science cluster, change seems inevitable and Cambridge officials have completed a playbook designed to shape future development.
A dilapidated former church and monastery property in Brighton would give way 679 housing units under a detailed development proposal filed this week by Boston developer Cabot, Cabot & Forbes.