Brokers for the newest development in Boston’s Seaport District, 10 World Trade, say the distinctive design of the 555,000-square-foot tower will enable them to compete for leading industry firms as anchor tenants.
COVID concerns continue to cast a shadow over the future of office space and delay tenants’ decisions about long-term real estate needs, a state of uncertainty that’s expected to linger well into 2022.
An Israeli real estate investor that owns the Marketplace Center retail building next to Faneuil Hall Marketplace has notified Boston officials of a proposed office expansion that would more than triple the size of the property.
The 475,000-square-foot Sullivan Courthouse redevelopment in East Cambridge will be ready for occupancy in fall 2023 after the addition of a new investor, developers said.
rom simulating and analyzing miles of urban context down to a single square meter of community open space, 3D visualization and modeling are revolutionizing commercial site analysis and design techniques to deliver better developments and better buildings.
Boston is still in the midst of an epic building boom. But as the pandemic rolls on, warning signs have emerged that could spell trouble down the line for a city that depends heavily on new commercial development to fill its tax coffers.
With the city staring down numerous complex challenges city leaders need to start developing options now for giving downtown landlords a menu of realistic options for adapting to an office market that’s poised for great change
Skanska is casting a vote of confidence in the Back Bay office market with plans to develop a 26-story tower at 380 Stuart St.
A Boston developer is seeking an anchor tenant to break ground on Malden Center’s first new office building in decades.
Boston-based Quaker Lane Capital has received special permit approval to redevelop 11 Dartmouth St. in Malden Center as a mixed-use property including class A office and life science space.
Skanska USA Commercial Development is showing confidence in the future of office space in Boston, moving ahead with plans for a 625,000-square-foot office tower at a Back Bay property it acquired in December.
An 11-month installation of the triple-glazed curtain wall is underway at the 1.4 million-square-foot Winthrop Center skyscraper as Millennium Partners develops the world’s largest Passive House-designed office building in Boston’s Financial District.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai says his company will add 10,000 new staffers this year and invest $7 billion in new offices and data centers, including its under-construction regional headquarters in Cambridge’s Kendall Square.
Boston-based Cabot, Cabot and Forbes is weighing its options for a large development parcel in Cambridge’s Quad neighborhood following the city council’s rejection of a zoning amendment this week.
There are limits to everyone’s powers of divination when it comes to the future of offices and post-COVID demand for office real estate.
Baker said people may never want to go back to the office five days a week, virtual conferences may replace in-person gatherings, and employers will need to rethink recruitment and training.
Instead of providing potential developments with a series of hurdles to overcome, as mayor of Malden I have worked to create an atmosphere where city professionals look at projects to find a way to make them win/win opportunities while also protecting the city’s assets and resources.
Life science developer BioMed Realty’s local acquisition spree is spreading to Boston’s South End with the pending acquisition of a speculative office development at 321 Harrison Ave.
With ample capital available for investment opportunities in 2021, Boston-area developers have resumed a busy pace of acquisitions and proposals tying into the region’s thriving biopharmaceutical industry and demand for multifamily housing.
Skanska has bought the site and permitted design of John Hancock’s once-planned 26-story Back Bay office tower, and could add lab space to the design.