The BPDA approved two big developments last night: Harvard University’s 900,000-square-foot research campus in Allston and a major life science project on a Massport parcel in the Seaport District.
Massport officials have selected five finalists to develop the first mixed-income housing complex built on its Seaport District real estate.
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.
Developer Marcus Partners submitted plans for a new 742,000-square-foot office-lab complex on parcel X in Boston’s Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park as seafood processors currently located on the property prepare to relocate to the nearby Massport Marine Terminal.
Life science developers have snatched up most of the recent available properties in Boston’s Seaport District, but a publicly-owned parcel that’s been designated for workforce housing is receiving a strong round of interest.
A Maryland investment firm is planning to convert a 361-space parking garage into 78,000 square feet of lab space, in a submarket where asking life science rents now average $105 per square foot.
A development team is beginning its permitting for a life science tower in the Seaport District, a 2-story incubator and career academy building and upgrades to an MBTA Silver Line station.
Responding to concerns by residents and elected officials, a proposed lab conversion in Boston’s Fort Point would locate some new mechanical equipment on the individual floors to reduce the presence of rooftop systems.
After approving development of 1,775 units of primarily luxury housing in Boston’s Seaport District, Massport will prioritize affordability for its next project in the neighborhood.
Construction of the $530 million 10 World Trade office-lab tower in Boston’s Seaport District is set to begin this year after two new investors joined the development team.
A team led by Lincoln Property Co. has released new details on its plans for the $590-million development of a Seaport District property owned by Massport.
With average asking rents for lab space nearing triple digits, life science developers have won bidding wars for recent sites hitting the market in Boston’s Seaport District.
After going public with a $15 billion valuation, Ginkgo Bioworks is adding to its future real estate footprint in Boston’s Seaport District.
A year-old Seaport District apartment tower touted for its high-tech resident amenities has been acquired by New York-based Kohlberg Kravis Roberts Inc. for $332 million.
Boston-based Marcus Partners plans to redevelop a marine industrial parcel at 310 Northern Ave. as the latest life science complex on the eastern edge of the Seaport District.
State officials have “significant” concerns about a proposed 1.1 million-square-foot development in Boston’s Seaport District located near a source of groundwater leaks into the Interstate 90 Central Artery Tunnel.
A $166 million dual-branded hotel designed to cater to vacationers, business travelers and conventioneers has opened in the Seaport District following a nearly three-year construction period.
A pair of biotech leases totaling 38,000 square feet have brought Oxford Properties Group’s 645 Summer St. property up to 100 percent occupancy.
In the biggest office lease signed in Boston since the pandemic’s onset, Amazon committed to occupy 630,000 square feet in a new office tower at 1 Boston Wharf Road in WS Development’s Seaport portfolio.
Massport officials selected Lincoln Property Co. to develop a 730,000-square-foot mixed-use project including a life science career center and upgrades to the neighboring MBTA’s Silver Line Way station in the Seaport District.