Boston-based Synergy Investments has agreed to sell an 8-story office building overlooking Boston’s Fort Point Channel for a big windfall after five years of ownership.
The new owners of the former Barnes & Noble building in Boston’s Downtown Crossing plan to renovate the 77,000-square-foot structure and hired Colliers International as leasing agent to fill six floors of office and retail space.
A group of neighbors has filed a legal challenge a 45-unit residential development recently approved for 3353 Washington St. in Jamaica Plain, saying it would drive up rents and accelerate displacement of long-time residents.
Boston-based Berkeley Investments is seeking a buyer for its 100-unit Millbrook Lofts rental complex in Somerville, a former cold storage facility now 97 percent leased.
With the recent opening of the 503-unit Avalon North Station and more than 800 luxury apartments set to open this summer at the Benjamin and Via and in the Seaport District, Boston’s high-end rental market is set to absorb its latest big bump in inventory.
The Massachusetts Land Court has overturned approval of a a 14,360-square-foot CVS Pharmacy in Winchester following a four-year legal battle.
If only all development debates were this easy.
Brad Dumont heads South Carolina-based developer Edens’ 20-employee Boston office and oversees development throughout New England and the New York metro area.
A vacant lot and parking area at 212-222 Stuart St. in Boston’s Bay Village will be redeveloped as a 19-story residential tower containing 133 residential units and 3,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
The Boston Seaport District’s past and present collided in May 2016 as construction crews unearthed a 19th-century shipwreck while excavating the site of 121 Seaport, a 400,000-square-foot speculative office tower.
CPI Radant has signed a full-building lease for an industrial property in Hudson.
The latest guide to Boston architecture has been released as a mobile app so iPhone users can appreciate design and development while they’re on the move.
Cottonwood Management took the wraps off its new “Echelon” brand scheme – and chef Ming Tsai mixed custom cocktails for the occasion – at the site of a 1.3-million-square-foot residential and retail project that recently began construction in Boston’s Seaport District.
Eight startups that participate in the MassChallenge accelerator will ply their wares from Faneuil Hall Marketplace pushcarts this summer in a new partnership with Ashkenazi Acquisition Corp., operator of the 41-year-old retail property.
Woburn-based Cummings Properties has made its first acquisition in Andover – and hundreds of employees who participate in the company’s equity program will have a chance to benefit from its performance.
Oath Craft Pizza will open an 1,800-square-foot restaurant this fall on the ground floor of 1350 Boylston, a 17-story luxury apartment tower under development in the Fenway.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has leased 140,000 square feet at Bulfinch Cos.’ Life Time Center in Chestnut Hill, bringing the former Atrium Mall property up to 95-percent occupancy.
Lyndra Inc., an oral drug delivery company that recently received $23 million in series A financing led by Polaris Partners, has leased 14,450 square feet at Cresset Development’s 65 Grove St. in Watertown.
In a building boom of historic proportions, it’s harder than ever for developers to stand out from the crowd. It’s no longer sufficient to slap a number one or 100 in front of a street name when repositioning a tired office building or christening a new luxury high-rise.
We needed to expand our lab space to keep pace with our expansion and capacity for innovation. We worked closely with Cummings Properties to create the ideal space that will meet our needs as we continue to grow and are extremely happy with the expansion space.