by Steve Adams | Mar 7, 2023
Redevelopment of a former Raytheon Corp. property in Connecticut will be anchored by Wayfair and Lowe’s, which have leased a combined 2.5 million square feet of distribution space.
by Steve Adams | Feb 27, 2023
After adding a hotel and restaurants to The District office park in Burlington, National Development proposes three life science buildings totaling 665,000 square feet to add momentum to the town’s growing lab market.
by Steve Adams | Feb 19, 2023
Burlington officials hope to encourage up to 4.4 million square feet of new development and a new series of connections between properties in and around the town’s mall. Area landlords are watching intently.
by Steve Adams | Jan 20, 2023
The Boston Planning & Development Agency kicked off 2023 with 2.5 million square feet of approvals, including life science projects in the Longwood Medical Area, Allston and South Boston.
by Steve Adams | Nov 1, 2022
Former executives for Boston-based construction firm Suffolk and Federal Realty Investment Trust are joining Newton-based National Development in high-level roles to oversee developments in South Boston and East Hartford, Connecticut spanning 2.2 million square feet.
by Steve Adams | Oct 19, 2022
General Electric will vacate its two-building headquarters in Boston’s Fort Point as part of a company-wide downsizing of its real estate footprint.
by Banker & Tradesman | Oct 9, 2022
Two leading commercial real estate industry figures say a proposed surtax on the portion of someone’s income over $1 million will push businesses out and hurt many non-millionaires selling homes and businesses.
by Steve Adams | Sep 9, 2022
The city of Medford is gauging developers’ interest in building a large mixed-use project on up to 28 acres at Wellington station on the MBTA’s Orange Line.
by Steve Adams | Sep 4, 2022
Workbar’s newest location provides flexible workspace and amenities ranging from a fitness center to dry cleaning pick-up and dropoff, multiple cafes and a courtyard.
by Scott Van Voorhis | Apr 24, 2022
In what looks to be an emerging trend, Boston’s mayor is leaning heavily on housing advocates for advice on highly-charged real estate issues, while excluding outspoken critics.
by Scott Van Voorhis | Apr 17, 2022
National Development opened the doors to 7INK, the last piece of the firm’s landmark Ink Block project that has transformed an industrial stretch of the South End into one of the city’s hottest new neighborhoods.
by Steve Adams | Mar 9, 2022
Responding to requests from local elected officials, developers are adding 85 housing units to a proposed redevelopment of WBZ-TV’s Allston studios.
by Steve Adams | Feb 22, 2022
A high-profile development site on Boston’s Fort Point Channel will become the home of a new $700 million Eli Lilly and Co. life science research institute.
by Steve Adams | Dec 17, 2021
A 1.1-million-square-foot development will remake over 5 acres on South Boston’s Dorchester Avenue with four towers containing labs, housing and retail space.
by Steve Adams | Dec 12, 2021
Boston’s newest brewing and tasting room retains the 18-foot ceilings and exposed concrete of an early 20th-century industrial building that’s part of the Iron Works mixed-use development.
by Jay Fitzgerald | Dec 5, 2021
Roy Avellaneda, president of the Chelsea City Council, thought his idea was pretty straightforward: Impose a five-year moratorium on construction of new rental properties in the city to give councilors time to re-write zoning laws to promote home ownership.
by Steve Adams | Oct 28, 2021
National Development and Clarion Partners have completed the $195-million sale of a Burlington apartment community originally developed in 2006.
by Banker & Tradesman | Oct 25, 2021
Experts from Arrowstreet, National Development and btcRE discuss reuse and repositioning trends in Boston and beyond.
by Steve Adams | Oct 15, 2021
New developments will bring a major life science presence to Lower Allston, a 1 million-square-foot expansion of Massachusetts General Hospital and a next chapter for an iconic Jamaica Plain gathering spot under approvals by Boston Planning & Development Agency officials.
by Steve Adams | Sep 21, 2021
A 1.1 million-square-foot development along South Boston’s Dorchester Avenue will be known as Iron Works as a nod to the neighborhood’s industrial past, National Development announced.