by Banker & Tradesman | Feb 28, 2022
In the latest installment of our CRE Insider webinars, Tim Keenan of coUrbanize, Bryan Northrop of Skanska USA and Jared Curtis of Existing Conditions discuss the latest developments in commercial real estate technology on Feb. 28, 2022.
by Banker & Tradesman | Feb 27, 2022
As many have discovered over the past two years of trial and error, Zoom is not the savior many thought it would be to make the public hearing process more meaningful and equitable. Fortunately, there is a better way.
by Banker & Tradesman | Nov 28, 2021
Earlier this month, the Boston Zoning Board of Appeals rejected a project that would have brought a sustainable, affordable multifamily building to a transit-heavy site in the Roslindale neighborhood. The reason? The project did not include on-site parking.
by Steve Adams | May 31, 2020
Massachusetts’ two-month-old ban on public gatherings upended a hidebound real estate development review process that included a steady dose of community forums and public hearings in overflowing meeting rooms.
by Steve Adams | Apr 23, 2020
A Boston-based online community engagement platform is adding a set of new features to reflect the disruption to real estate development permitting in the COVID-19 era.
by Banker & Tradesman | Feb 24, 2019
The entitlements process isn’t what it used to be. Websites like Facebook and Nextdoor have changed the game, helping information about new proposed developments spread quickly. Too often, developers are unable to correct misinformation before it takes hold.
by Steve Adams | Nov 2, 2015A Kendall Square startup that encourages tech-driven...