Quincy Looking to Tax Airbnbs

Taking advantage of a new bill passed by the state legislature and signed by Gov. Charlie Baker late last month, the city of Quincy is looking to tax Airbnb listings in the city.

More Than Checking a Box

Greg Janey started his construction company in 1990 out of a Dorchester storefront, and completed one of his first notable projects building a 20,000-square-foot office for the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts in Dudley Square.

A Wake-Up Call For Hotel Market

Just like office space and apartments, hotels are changing to reflect the preferences of Millennials. For the lodging industry, that means a shift toward do-it-yourself check-ins, smaller and less expensive rooms and high-energy common areas that convert from breakfast bars to co-working spaces

How To Compete Against Airbnb

Airbnb and online hospitality services have changed the game for the hospitality industry, there’s no denying that fact. However, with new competition comes new strategy for the hotels themselves.

A Skinny Hotel Plan Surfaces

If a seven-space parking lot on the fringes of the North End doesn’t sound like a hotel development site, then you haven’t been paying close attention to Boston’s seemingly inexhaustible