Hot Property: The Cordwainer

Anthemion Senior Lifestyles’ recently completed Cordwainer complex was designed to fill a gap in the assisted-living built environment with bright and airy designs reflecting research about the specific needs of memory care patients.

Hot Property: The Cove

The Cove, a 173-unit multifamily development next to Worcester’s Polar Park, will include interior designs inspired by a former music club that formerly occupied the property.

Peebles Kicks Off Back Bay Air Rights Review

One of the most complex recent air rights projects in Boston would bring a 300,000-square-foot life science tower to Back Bay along with 100 percent affordable housing and accessibility upgrades to the MBTA’s Hynes station.

Three Trends Shape the Future of Adaptive Reuse

For developers and owner-operators throughout New England, adaptive reuse has long proven a cost-effective, sustainable and market-responsive means of generating new housing units, creating successful mixed-use communities and preserving our region’s architectural history.

Community Good Works

From scholarships to diversify architecture to million-dollar gifts to prevent homelessness and promote solutions to climate change, the commercial real estate industry’s philanthropic efforts had a big impact this week.

Proposals Turn up Heat Island Focus

At a gateway parcel in Roxbury’s Nubian Square, three potential developers have another box to check: designing buildings and public spaces to minimize the neighborhood’s asphalt-covered urban heat island and its negative effects on residents’ health.

Checking in With the Raffles Boston

Tucked between the former Hancock Tower and 100 Clarendon parking garage, the future home of the $400-million Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences has literally kept a low profile since site work began in mid-2019.