This is a transitional year for John Hynes III, CEO of Boston Global Investors and master developer of the 23-acre Seaport Square on the South Boston waterfront.
In Newton, the city of 13 villages, Northland Investment Corp. is drawing up plans to build a 14th virtually from scratch.
WinnDevelopment has helped crack the code for how to build affordable housing in high-cost Greater Boston.
Boston ranks tops in the U.S. and seventh globally in investment intensity for office space, with the tech sector placing the Hub among an elite group of mid-sized job magnets.
The former headquarters of the Malden Evening News and Medford Daily Mercury has been sold for $3 million to South Cove Community Health Center, a provider of Asian community health services.
Quincy-based Grossman Cos. Inc. has acquired two properties in East Boston and Somerville that are home to Citizens Bank branches.
Chicago-based RREEF Management Co. has paid $477 million to buy the 100 Northern Ave. office tower anchored by law firm Goodwin Procter LLP on the South Boston waterfront.
Enel Green Power North America Inc. has opened its new headquarters at Andover Landing at Brickstone.
TCI Development LLC, an affiliate of Boston-based Sam Park & Co., has acquired Tyngsboro Crossing for $6.2 million.
Pharmaceutical safety firm SPMD – Safety Strategies for Health Inc. has leased 6,048 square feet at Cummings Properties’ 50 Dunham Ridge in Beverly.
“Cottonwood Management views the East Coast as critical to our long-term strategic plans. The M1/M2 project embodies the creativity, luxury and 21st century sensibilities that will permeate all of Cottonwood’s future projects and investments. Our new Boston office allows us to develop our Seaport project while identifying other opportunities in East Coast urban centers.”
— Alexander Shing, CEO, Cottonwood Management
The city of Chelsea used to be synonymous with troubled municipal finances and a tradition of corruption that landed a succession of mayors behind bars. Today the headlines are all about the wave of commercial and multifamily development in this densely-populated city of 38,000.
A 68-room limited-service hotel would be built on a tiny parking lot in Boston’s Bulfinch Triangle under plans approved Thursday by the Boston Planning and Development Agency.
A developer that specializes in adaptive reuse projects has acquired the Eastern Bakers Restaurant Supply property on the outskirts of Boston’s North End for $10.5 million.
Lawrence-based developer Lupoli Cos. has teamed up with Boston Interiors and digital studio Neoscape as it markets its conversion of the former Thorndike Street mill into a 152-unit mixed-use complex.
With completion scheduled for early 2018, the 17-story 121 Seaport office tower on the South Boston waterfront is still looking for its first tenant.
The façade replacement project presented an opportunity to upgrade to a better quality product that offered energy efficiency benefits as well as improved wayfinding with defined entrances.
On a long-vacant parcel with a tortured history of failed development attempts, the $500 million Tremont Crossing project is set to reshape one of Roxbury’s main boulevards.
A Boston-based developer that specializes in the restoration of historic residential and commercial properties has acquired an 1880 double brownstone in Back Bay for a condominium conversion.
Cottonwood Management Group, which recently began site work on a $800 million residential and retail development in Boston’s Seaport District, has leased 8,800 square feet in the nearby 101 Seaport office tower for its new regional office.