Next Stop, Wellington?

A major Medford landlord is building out spec lab suites in a 1989 office building, while another developer is proposing a speculative life science tower and city officials are reviewing zoning for taller building heights.

Blakeley Shaped Local Economy and Development Patterns

Gerald W. Blakeley Jr.’s fingerprints are on many of Greater Boston’s dominant real estate development patterns of the past half-century, from the emergence of Route 128 as “America’s Technology Highway” to the growth of East Cambridge and revival of downtown Boston.

From Monk’s Cells to Modern Living Space

When Cabot, Cabot & Forbes and partner Blue Vista Capital Management acquired the former St. Gabriel’s Monastery, the development team recognized the historic importance and uniqueness of the space, and committed to making the property’s history a focal point of our design.

1M SF Development, New Bridge Proposed in Alewife

A Boston developer is proposing a six-building, 1 million-square-foot multifamily and life science development in one of Cambridge’s last industrial neighborhoods, including an offer to build a pedestrian and bicycle bridge improving access to the MBTA’s Alewife station.

BPDA Approves 559 Housing Units

Multifamily development projects totaling 559 residential units in Mattapan, East Boston, South Boston and the Fenway were approved Thursday by Boston Planning and Development Agency directors.