In a sign of Boston’s new approach to development under Mayor Michelle Wu, a stalled 900,000-square-foot Harvard University project in Allston is poised for approval after the school agreed to the highest percentage of affordable units by a private developer in the city.
The income needed to buy the median home in every major Massachusetts metro is significantly greater than the median income, a new study found.
Boston’s next major transit hub should offer frequent commuter rail service to prevent the Allston neighborhood from being overwhelmed with traffic congestion, Metropolitan Area Planning Council said in a report on the $2 billion Allston multimodal project.
For one morning at least, the city of Boston, Harvard University and Massachusetts Department of Transportation appeared to be on the same page about their vision for the Interstate 90 multimodal project and how it will lay the groundwork for the massive Beacon Yards development site in Allston.
MIT’s Central for Real Estate is getting competition up the road in Cambridge as Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design is launching its own master’s program in real estate.
It wasn’t supposed to be this difficult to push the first part of Harvard University’s new Enterprise Research Campus across the finish line. But community opposition and personnel changes have put the project into an uncertain holding pattern.
A Harvard University official confirmed talks with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation on construction of an elevated deck at the planned MBTA West Station, which would open up development opportunities over the Massachusetts Turnpike in Allston.
Harvard University is seeking to build an air rights development above the Massachusetts Turnpike in Allston as part of the $1.7 billion Interstate 90 rebuild, according to a letter from a state legislator asking Harvard to go public with its plans.
Growth in improvement and repair expenditures to owner-occupied homes is expected to remain solid throughout the year and into 2022, according to the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University.
Harvard University and developer Tishman Speyer laid out details of their 900,000 square foot Enterprise Research Center campus in Allston along with plans for another 1 million square feet of future development on Western Avenue.
After facing pushback from local officials and the MBTA board chair, Department of Transportation officials softened their stance on funding requirements for a “once-in-a-generation” infrastructure project in Allston.
Harvard University’s latest development plans in Allston arrives at the perfect time for makerspace Artisan’s Asylum, as it faces an expiring lease for its Somerville home.
State transportation officials suggested punting once again on selecting a preferred design for a massive infrastructure project in Allston stretching across multiple modes of transportation, this time until at least next year.
A lingering relic of the dotcom bust could be replaced with a large three-building complex in the latest in a series of projects lining the Massachusetts Turnpike in Allston.
Boston-based Samuels & Assoc. is proposing to redevelop a cluster of commercial parcels in the transforming Barry’s Corner section of Allston as a 270-unit apartment complex.
A Boston developer partnering with Harvard University has a new game plan for a high-profile but dormant development site bordering the Massachusetts Turnpike in Allston.
All undergraduate and graduate courses at Harvard University will be taught online this fall, and the school will open campus to house up to 40 percent of its maximum capacity in dormitories, officials announced Monday.
Harvard University is telling its students they should not return to campus once spring break ends after March 23.
New York developer Tishman Speyer will lead Harvard University’s big foray into life science development in Allston.
One of Boston’s largest life science developers is joining hands with MIT, Harvard and five of the region’s top hospitals in a consortium to build a facility that can spark the next generation of biomedical innovation and manufacturing in Greater Boston.