While developers are almost universally viewed with suspicion, we are an integral part of the effort to deliver solutions for the pressing issues of climate change and equity in the communities we revitalize.
Apartment rents dropped by double digits in many high-priced Boston neighborhoods in 2020 amid a rate war as tenants opted for suburban locations for savings, according to a new report.
As the need for more housing and mixed-use spaces and the demand for a waterfront lifestyle continues to grow, the real estate and design industry must broaden their scope when it comes to sustainability and resiliency.
With Massachusetts’ ongoing supply-demand imbalance expected to continue as the COVID-19 pandemic abates, agents face a difficult environment as they try to adapt to a new normal.
With potential for massive property damage in Boston neighborhoods in the path of rising seas, the city is studying funding mechanisms to pick up the multi-billion-dollar tab in coming decades.
With the risk of catastrophic floods in Greater Boston increasing thanks to climate change, some area developers have already begun to respond. But new regulations mean far more projects will have to take the threat into account.
Resilient designs and skyline views are attracting the first wave of residents to the 478-unit Clippership Wharf condominium and apartment complex in East Boston.
Rather than walling off the site in the face of climate change risks, waterfront developers should consider how the neighborhood and residents alike can interact with the waterfront, and how the site fits in with the broader neighborhood.
The market remains firmly tilted in sellers’ favor, but is beginning to show signs of a correction while two record-setting ultra-high-end condominium developments scheduled to open this spring in Back Bay and asking prices for Boston condos continue to rise.
Australian developer Lendlease is teaming up with a pension fund with plans for a $2 billion develop-and-hold multifamily pipeline in Boston and four other high-priced U.S. real estate markets.
In a confirmation of developer Lendlease’s strategy of building the first for-sale units on the booming East Boston waterfront, half of the condominiums at the Slip65 complex under construction went under agreement during the first weekend.