State Lifts Limits on Waterfront Projects

A state ruling could open up a 23-acre portion of the East Boston waterfront to large-scale development, replacing parking lots and warehouses with new industrial buildings serving airport-related industries.

Blue Line Up For Two Rounds of Repairs

Four Blue Line stops in East Boston and Revere will go offline to riders for two and a half weeks in May, adding to a previously delayed 14-day shutdown on the line’s other end designed to accelerate repair work, officials announced Monday.

A Sinking Feeling Along the Waterfront?

Boston’s waterfront has become a playground for the rich and powerful. But amid growing angst over the dearth of housing mere mortals can afford, the tide is headed out fast for new luxury housing along Boston Harbor.

Wu Restarts Downtown Harbor Plan Process

Opponents of a proposed downtown Boston tower cheered Mayor Michelle Wu’s decision to relaunch a contentious waterfront zoning process Wednesday, but the building’s developer warned that “immediate further cooperation” was needed to make sure the resulting plan was able to protect the city from floods.

Hot Property: The Addison

Boston developer Redgate has commissioned a giant mural for the road outside its new Orient Heights apartment building The Addison, which is managed by Greystar.

A Background in Construction Leads to Condo Pipeline

After starting out in suburban home construction, J.D. Wild is adding to the multifamily inventory in Boston neighborhoods that are seeing a surge of condominium construction as head of Boston-based Elevated Realty’s development business.

High-Water Marks for Eastie Condos

East Boston is a neighborhood on the shortlists of condominium shoppers looking for new construction with luxury amenities and arresting skyline views – Seaport District perks at a discount.

Boston Still Needs a Working Waterfront

Boston Harbor is nationally renowned as a maritime resource with a long and distinct history of social and economic uses but building the next generation’s waterfront requires a reinvention of one of our greatest assets – the working port.

DRI Strategy Could Defend Boston Waterfront

Protecting Boston’s vulnerable real estate from flood damage in coming decades could require creation of new districts to collect payments from property owners, and a new cabinet-level resiliency czar and department at city hall to oversee the defense strategy.

When Bad Housing Policy Turns Deadly

A handful of Greater Boston communities have become ground zero for the coronavirus pandemic in Massachusetts, thanks in part to the overcrowded conditions forced by too-high rent and too few rental units.

Sanders Weighs in on Suffolk Downs Affordability

As Super Tuesday and the Massachusetts Democratic presidential primary looms in his campaign’s windshield, candidate Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders took to twitter to say he “stands with” community groups seeking to halt plans to redevelop Suffolk Downs.