by Steve Adams | Sep 11, 2022
During its 150-year history, Banker & Tradesman and its parent company, The Warren Group, occupied addresses in some of Massachusetts’ most significant commercial districts and steps from some of the 21st-century’s highest-profile development sites.
by Steve Adams | Aug 23, 2022
A 1.1 million-square-foot Fort Point development will include more affordable housing and artist-dedicated units under pressure from neighborhood groups and Boston’s arts chief.
by Steve Adams | Jun 5, 2022
With many Boston cultural venues threatened by redevelopment, community and cultural advocates say a 1.1 million-square-foot Related Beal development must do more to bring the arts into the development. And City Hall is listening.
by Banker & Tradesman | May 8, 2022
Landmark bands of the 1980s like The Cars, the Go-Go’s and The B-52s might have been nothing more than local curiosities if it hadn’t been for The Channel nightclub, which opened in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood 42 years ago this month.
by James Sanna | Nov 8, 2021
A pair of Fort Point office buildings have been moved into Boston’s life science pipeline after one was sold and conversion plans for another were filed with city officials.
by Steve Adams | Oct 10, 2021
Approval of Related Beal’s 1.1 million-square-foot Channelside development in Boston’s Fort Point hinges partly on whether the buildings can avoid placing additional weight upon the parking lot that sits 10 feet above the Interstate 90 tunnel.
by Peter Paul Payack | Oct 10, 2021
What do you do as a developer confronted with a thorny infrastructure problem underneath your planned Fort Point life science project? Go big or go home!
by Steve Adams | May 18, 2021
State officials have “significant” concerns about a proposed 1.1 million-square-foot development in Boston’s Seaport District located near a source of groundwater leaks into the Interstate 90 Central Artery Tunnel.
by Steve Adams | May 16, 2021
The Boston Children’s Museum recently received the 2021 Mayor Thomas M. Menino Legacy Award by Preservation Massachusetts for the renovation of the historic Hood Milk Bottle in Boston’s Fort Point.
by Steve Adams | Dec 20, 2020
Renovations of public health consultancy John Snow Inc.’s 63,000-square-foot headquarters in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood consolidated the company’s footprint from seven to six floors and created a more flexible and efficient floor plan.
by Steve Adams | Oct 18, 2020
Nate Turner recently marked his 22nd anniversary at Boston-based architects Margulies Perruzzi, specializing in repurposing brick-and-beam properties in neighborhoods including the Seaport District for the 21st century economy.
by Steve Adams | Aug 9, 2020
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.
by James Sanna | Apr 29, 2020
One of Boston’s biggest life science REITs declared they are pulling back on planned construction spending for the rest of the year.
by Steve Adams | Feb 21, 2020
A proposed office-lab tower that’s drawn criticism from Fort Point residents has been redesigned with a new brick base to match the historic architecture of the former industrial neighborhood.
by Steve Adams | Feb 9, 2020
Commercial landlords trying to capture soaring demand from rapidly growing life science startups are increasingly building out lab space on spec in the hopes of catalyzing the next life science cluster outside of East Cambridge.
by Steve Adams | Feb 2, 2020
Cambria Hotels’ first Massachusetts location is an art-infused new landmark at the gateway to South Boston.
by Steve Adams | Nov 19, 2019
Developer Related Beal’s proposed 1.1 million-square-foot development overlooking Fort Point Channel could be one of the first properties protected under a city plan to flood-proof waterfront properties.
by Peter Paul Payack | Nov 17, 2019
But will they use a Mach 3? A Venus? Or a Fusion ProShield?
by Steve Adams | Sep 8, 2019
Travel industry tech provider Sabre has opened a new Boston Innovation Lab at 321 Summer St. in Fort Point to serve as the headquarters of its research and development arm on uses of big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
by James Sanna | Aug 20, 2019
A 5-story, brick office building across from the Gillette factory in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood has sold for $18 million.