A Brockton company specializing in asbestos remediation is expected to shut down after repeatedly exposing construction workers to asbestos.
Brookline Bank has provided a construction mortgage for one of Greystar’s three apartment projects in Everett.
As Encore Boston Harbor looks to expand its gambling offerings into a new development across the street from its existing casino, state regulators are revisiting the 2013 referendum through which Everett voters backed the casino to try to suss out exactly what it was that city residents approved.
Real estate was always a side hustle for Ricky Beliveau until a series of condo conversions opened the door to a new career. Six years later, he’s working to build a 21-story luxury tower in Everett’s rapidly-transforming industrial zone.
Hundreds of millions of dollars in housing investments are in limbo after state legislators held off on finalizing a popular economic development bill Sunday night.
Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria and a Beacon Hill lawmaker defended legislation that could accelerate redevelopment of a 43-acre waterfront parcel including a potential professional soccer stadium.
The Kraft family’s long search for a professional soccer stadium in the Boston area could receive fast-track approval through an amendment to the House’s economic development bill that gives the New England Revolution owners three years to get a facility built.
It wasn’t all that long ago that Boston’s luxury housing ecosystem centered on Back Bay and Beacon Hill. Now, competition with lab developers has ushered in a new crop of submarkets for high-end housing – including some that might surprise you.
The MBTA’s plans to redraw its bus network should excite even the most cynical observer – and they hold promise for the real estate industry, as well.
Everett, Lynn and Roxbury are among the areas where MBTA bus service would increase significantly under a new plan rolled out Monday, but funding and staffing uncertainty pose obstacles for the effort to reimagine a core pillar of the agency’s operations.
The Gaming Commission is allowing a concert venue planned by Wynn Resorts across the street from its Everett casino to go forward, but only after imposing significant restrictions on the casino itself.
The Gaming Commission’s decision whether to exercise oversight of the development that Wynn Resorts is planning across the street from its Encore Boston Harbor casino in Everett will have to wait a few more weeks.
The 1,800-seat entertainment venue will be reduced below 1,000 seats, a top Encore Boston Harbor official told a top Massachusetts casino regulator.
Everett’s Encore Boston Harbor casino could be getting an expansion in the form of a large parking garage and concert venue.
Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria was the top vote-getter in the city’s preliminary election for mayor on Tuesday, beating challengers by a wide margin but falling short of a majority.
Sales of homes and condominiums in these mid-sized, older industrial hubs are rising as buyers, many of them first-timers, search for more affordable alternatives after being priced out of Boston and its ever more expensive suburbs.
It’s a pivotal policy question for Massachusetts communities seeking to encourage affordable housing in new developments: What’s the highest percentage of affordable units that can be required before projects become financially unfeasible?
Ample choice of redevelopment parcels, upcoming transit extension and a pro-growth administration created a formula for an apartment boom in Everett that shows no sign of abating.
With 3,000 units proposed or under development in Everett’s commercial “triangle” district south of Revere Beach Parkway and more to come, readers should be cheering Mayor Carlo DeMaria and other city leaders for setting an example others in Greater Boston should follow.