The first new life sciences building in Somerville’s Brickbottom neighborhood is poised to get underway after receiving received $192.5 million in financing.
Removal of Boston’s elevated Central Artery transformed downtown Boston, raising property values and development demand. Developers hope the same thing can happen when Somerville’s elevated McGrath Highway comes down.
Tufts University’s new Joyce Cummings Center houses 148,000 square feet of interdisciplinary learning space.
Under the MBTA’s new board, important transit plans are falling aside and public commitments are falling off-track. And vital zoning reforms and carbon emissions plans depend on the plans being abandoned.
Several dozen activists rallied outside the MBTA’s Lechmere Station, calling for state and local officials to act quickly to prioritize development of affordable housing and erect guardrails around investment in the area.
The MBTA inaugurated its first new transit line in 20 years on Monday morning when the Green Line Extension’s first phase opened in Somerville’s Union Square.
When MBTA riders begin Monday to hop onto Green Line trolleys at a pair of brand-new stations, they will also experience another first: a different way of tapping to pay their fare.
Like so many parts of the MBTA, the new Green Line Extension is late – 31 years after being first agreed to, to be precise.
Mark your calendars now: March 21 is set to go down as the most significant Opening Day in 35 years.
The start of service is on the horizon for the most significant expansion of the MBTA’s core system in decades, but riders will need to continue their wait to learn when they’ll be able to ride the Green Line all the way into Medford.
The MBTA will postpone the opening of a Green Line Extension stop in Somerville by three months, and the already-delayed May 2022 goal for the remainder of the megaproject may also run into issues, officials announced Thursday.
Land near the under-construction Ball Square Station could become a target for mixed-use real estate projects featuring transit access as a focal point, but talks about the development will not take place until well after it opens.
Once stuck in planning purgatory and now under construction amid a global pandemic, the Green Line Extension is more than halfway built.
Texas-based developer Criterion Development Partners has bought a trio of industrial parcels on the Somerville/Boston line for $10.3 million.
The Green Line station in the works at the intersection of College and Boston avenues in Medford will be named Medford/Tufts, under an agreement announced Thursday by Tufts University.
Kendall Square has seen achieved lab rents top $125 per square foot on a triple-net basis, leading tenants, landlords and investors to look to secondary clusters nearby.
Work on the Green Line Extension missed an internal target for the second time in several months. But the T says the project is still on pace to meet its target of completion by December 2021.
Conservation Law Foundation is on the front lines of battles over real estate and transportation planning in New England, from the downtown Boston waterfront to a commuter rail project serving an emerging development cluster in Allston. And Bradley Campell is its general.
Boston-based Leggat McCall Properties and DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners of New York envision a 1 million-square-foot life science cluster tapping into the proximity to Kendall Square and the 2021 arrival of the MBTA’s Green Line Extension.
State transportation officials were hesitant to use the word “delay,” but expressed concerns Monday that work on the Green Line Extension is running behind an internal target with about two years remaining until passenger service is set to begin.