Nauset Construction recently began conversion of an 18th-century tavern in South Natick into a new middle school facility on the campus of the Riverbend School.
Migration to inner-ring suburbs – from Boston, Cambridge and Route 128 office parks alike – is generating steady leasing activity and pushing rents to record highs.
Fort Point startup CloudHealth Technologies has leased 80,000 square feet at 100 Summer St. in the Financial District to accommodate its rapid workforce growth.
The Boston Housing Authority has selected Boston-based WinnCos. to redevelop the Mary Ellen McCormack housing complex in South Boston.
The 80-unit Trac 75 apartment complex in Allston has passed the 75 percent leasing threshold in just over three months on the edge of one of Boston’s most-watched development clusters.
Professional services firm Core States Group and electrical equipment manufacturer Socomec Inc. have signed two leases for office space in Watertown.
Brookline-based Kaplan Construction has completed renovations to 12,000 square feet on two levels of the Merrimack Valley YMCA to allow for relocation and expansion of its preschool and child care programs.
Aided by a bustling multifamily building climate and more aggressive affordable housing requirements on private development, Boston has added more than 1,800 income-restricted apartments and condos in the past three years. City officials credit their updated inclusionary development policy for stabilizing rents and generating affordable and workforce housing in high-cost areas
Former residences for the Marist Fathers in Boston’s Bay Village will be converted into nine condos following the $11.4 million acquisition of the property by developer New Boston Ventures.
Transformation of a dilapidated industrial parcel into office space, luxury condominiums and new waterfront public space is nearing completion at Boston’s Lovejoy Wharf.
The developer of a planned hotel in Boston’s Haymarket Square has added new investors with the goal of breaking ground in early 2018.
General Electric will delay construction of a 295,000-square-foot office building in Boston for two years in a shift of real estate strategy for its $200 million global headquarters under new CEO John Flannery.
Berkshire Group’s $600 million Benjamin and VIA apartment towers are promoting condo-level services and finishes as lease-up continues in the 832-unit luxury complex in Boston’s Seaport District.
We have relied on Cresa Boston to advise us on our lease negotiations at Andover Landing at Brickstone and always trust they will get us the best possible terms. The fact that they are focused solely on negotiating on our behalf as the tenant, and that they are so knowledgeable about this particular building was important to us. It is comforting to know that we are able to stay in this strategic location as we expand our operations.
Developer Related Beal has begun accepting applications for 239 workforce and affordable apartments in The Beverly, its new development in Boston’s Bulfinch Triangle.
A nine-year career as an NFL lineman prepared Gosder Cherilus for the competitive world of Greater Boston’s commercial real estate industry. A native of Haiti whose family moved to Somerville in his teens, Cherilus played at Somerville High School and Boston College before going pro. Retiring this spring after eight knee surgeries, Cherilus had a career to fall back on at Eagle Development Partners, a Stoneham-based real estate company where he’s been a managing partner since 2010. Eagle Development is providing construction management oversight for the mixed-use Woburn Landing development and partnering with the Arcand family on a 40-unit apartment complex at 446 Cambridge St. in Allston.
Boston’s Dock Square Garage used to be the real estate version of obstructed view seats at Fenway Park, with the elevated Central Artery blocking the best sight lines.
Rising construction costs and a slowdown in the luxury rental market may accomplish what neighborhood opposition could not: put the brakes on a 44-story apartment tower in Boston’s West End.
The owner of the Whiskey Priest and Atlantic Beer Garden pubs in Boston’s Seaport District seeks to dismiss a Conservation Law Foundation lawsuit challenging a $260 million luxury condo tower at 150 Seaport Blvd.
Walden Woods Brewing, Marlborough’s first craft brewery and taproom, is preparing to open this year after being selected as the first recipient of a local economic development financing program.