A new ownership group is making big changes to plans for a commercial development on the outskirts of Somerville’s Union Square, dropping a 330-room hotel while retaining a pair of office-lab towers.
A parking lot in Boston’s Chinatown will be redeveloped with a new permanent Boston Public Library branch and 110 income-restricted homes under a pending proposal by the Asian CDC.
Redevelopment of a 9-acre Dorchester site would bring nearly 1.6 million square feet of office, research and multifamily housing next to another massive, life sciences-focused project.
Another high-rise apartment complex is proposed in Everett’s Commercial Triangle steps from the planned Sky Everett tower.
Design and engineering firm Stantec will consolidate its two Boston offices and relocate to 40 Water St. in the Financial District as part of its new hybrid workplace strategy.
To reach carbon neutrality, both new and existing buildings must address operational and embodied carbon. Existing buildings represent a prime opportunity by prolonging the life of used materials and creating a venue to cut operational emissions.
Somerville is moving forward with a project that will create an artist and agricultural hub while simultaneously addressing an inadequate stormwater system which contributes to the Charles River sewer overflows.
A 29-story residential tower anchored by a Boston Public Market-style food hall and topped by a sky lounge and rooftop pool would rise in an industrial section of Charlestown under development plans submitted to Boston officials.
Stantec will design the transformation of a 9-acre stretch of South Boston’s Dorchester Avenue where the first 2.5 million-square-foot phase “On the Dot” development is proposed.
Massport will seek a payment from developers of the 1.7 million-square-foot L Street Station project, which won approval this month for 636 housing units, to remove a residential deed restriction that it holds on the 15-acre South Boston property.
A diverse development team will lead the 329,000-square-foot development of a 2-acre city-owned parking lot in Roxbury’s Nubian Square into a new retail and cultural hub.
A nonprofit development team has unveiled its vision for transforming a portion of one of Boston’s public housing complexes into a mixed-income development, adding 437 apartments in seven new buildings.
State real estate officials are floating four redevelopment options for the Charles F. Hurley Building in Boston’s West End, ranging from partial demolition of the Modernist structure to complete demolition.
By combining research on sleep and circadian rhythms with design and technology, we think we can help people get all 40 of their well-earned winks by designing a better hotel room: The Dream Cabin.
Bass Realty has formally filed plans with the Boston Planning & Development Agency for a new multifamily project announced last fall.
With more than 2,000 new luxury high-rise units scheduled for completion in downtown Boston by next spring, the stakes are high to deliver the latest eye-catching amenity packages to boost preleasing.
A 4.7-acre vacant industrial parcel located in a federal Opportunity Zone in Everett is envisioned for a 591-unit apartment complex, the largest residential development in the city’s history.
Members of the banking and real estate industries were on the move recently. See who’s been hired and promoted in this week’s Personnel File.
Proper maintenance is key to maximizing the value of your facilities. Over-maintaining a facility provides maximum reliability, but it comes with a cost, while under-maintaining it yields cost savings but long-term reliability problems. The key is to find a sweet spot in the middle.
Who’s been promoted? Who’s been hired? Find out in the latest installment of Banker & Tradesman’s Personnel File.