Gillette Seeks Flexibility to Redevelop Campus

As it studies future options for its 34-acre World Shaving Headquarters property in South Boston, Gillette Co. is seeking to remove some state oversight over what could be built next on portions of the prime waterfront real estate.

Two shoppers are caught crossing an intersection near the Hynes Verteran Memorial Convention Center.

2020 Vision for the Year Ahead

Greater Boston’s booming real estate industry continues to reshape the local landscape as the real estate cycle passes the decade mark, and 2020 is likely to generate more headlines about how developers are responding to the region’s job growth and housing needs.

Waterfront Development in the Age of Rising Seas

Boston’s Seaport is a thriving, robust neighborhood about to deliver more than 30 million square feet of premier office, residential and retail spaces across hundreds of acres of open space, waterfront views and cultural institutions. While commanding some of the highest rents and sales prices in the city, there is an underlying concern related to climate change, resiliency and sustainability.

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MassDOT Takes Small Step to Improve Seaport Congestion

Amid charges it is bowing unnecessarily to unreasonable State Police demands, the governing boards for the MBTA and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation on Monday backed a plan to let airport-bound Silver Line buses use a dedicated on-ramp into the Ted Williams Tunnel during rush hour.

Generational Change at The Fallon Co.

Michael Fallon was appointed president of The Fallon Co., just last month, but the 30-year-old real estate executive is already thinking about the long-term legacy of the Boston-based development company founded by his father Joseph in 1993.

Hot Property: Seaport Place

Foley Hoag LLP has signed a 15-year lease renewal at Seaport West in Boston’s Seaport District. The law firm will continue to occupy 165,000 square feet on five floors for its global headquarters.