BGI, Cronin Group Vie for MCCA Parcels

Two developers have submitted proposals for mixed-use projects including offices, labs, performing arts space and a grocery store on 6.2 acres of Massachusetts Convention Center Authority-owned property in South Boston.

Cronin Group Pitches Lab Complex in Marine Park

The developer of the St. Regis Residences Boston luxury condo tower is looking for opportunities to tap into the life science boom in South Boston’s marine park with plans for a 234,000-square-foot complex on Drydock Avenue.

Walsh Raised Bar on Housing Production

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s pro-housing agenda delivered benefits to the city but critics say Walsh missed opportunities to make development more equitable and address the transportation and climate change crises.

Gillette Seeks Flexibility to Redevelop Campus

As it studies future options for its 34-acre World Shaving Headquarters property in South Boston, Gillette Co. is seeking to remove some state oversight over what could be built next on portions of the prime waterfront real estate.

Developers Have Big Plans for City-Owned Sites

Boston’s offer to let the private sector build housing on municipal properties is shaping up as a big hit in the real estate industry, with developers floating plans for a 700-foot skyscraper downtown and a 456-unit residential tower at the Columbus Avenue fire station.

CLF, Developer Settle 150 Seaport Dispute

Construction of a 22-story luxury condominium tower at 150 Seaport Boulevard will begin this spring after South Boston developer Cronin Group agreed to pay $18.5 million toward a future waterfront park and enrichment activities on Boston Harbor for underprivileged youths.

State Backs $260M Seaport Tower

State regulators have given their support to a proposed 22-story luxury condo tower at 150 Seaport Blvd. that’s being challenged in court by environmentalists seeking more public access to the Boston waterfront.

Developer Defends Seaport Condo Tower

The owner of the Whiskey Priest and Atlantic Beer Garden pubs in Boston’s Seaport District seeks to dismiss a Conservation Law Foundation lawsuit challenging a $260 million luxury condo tower at 150 Seaport Blvd.