Framingham-based developer Atlantic Management has acquired New England Confectionary Co.’s 50-acre headquarters in Revere, the candy manufacturer’s home since 2003, for $54.6 million
Equipment leasing company TimePayment has committed to a 70 percent increase in the size of its headquarters at The District in Burlington.
A 2.1-million redevelopment of the 15-acre former Exelon Corp. power plant property in South Boston would include eight new buildings with residences, offices, a hotel and retail space, developers say.
Jack Conway & Co. has hired a top South Boston real estate agent to lead its growth in the sought-after Seaport District’s growing residential market.
In a fast-changing retail landscape, shopping centers’ challenge is to remain frequent destinations. Particularly in the suburbs, that often involves a “de-malling” strategy – tearing down interior space and replacing it with stores with direct entrances.
Don’t call the Apex Center of New England a shopping center, despite its resemblance to the predominant retail development style of recent decades.
The property offers direct frontage on Route 1, easy access both north and south and a wealth of area amenities including nearby Patriot Place. These first-class, all-block construction buildings provide a variety of space options that range from 5,000 square feet up to 100,000 square feet. The buildings have generous clear heights, excellent infrastructure including town sewer, and substantial tailboard and drive-in loading.
Prospects for developing brick and mortar retail are dicey as national chains shrink store footprints and shutter anchor stores amid Amazon’s ascendance.
Urban format hotels such as AC By Marriott are popping up in and around Boston as hotel developers focus on urban in-fill locations.
Boston-based Davis Cos. is nearing completion of a 37,500-square-foot lab and R&D building at Fresh Pond Technology Park in Cambridge’s Alewife section, the first of two projects in the neighborhood designed to lure life science companies.
Newton-based WS Development has completed a property swap with the Archdiocese of Boston, selling a newly-completed chapel on Seaport Boulevard and acquiring a Northern Avenue site for a future office building.
Language Scientific Inc. has subleased 11,972 square feet at 101 Station Landing in Medford from Tufts Health Plan in a headquarters relocation from nearby 10 Cabot Road.
Boston-based Taurus Investment Holdings LLC has acquired the 190-unit Wellington Parkside apartment complex from SMC Management for $56 million.
NB Development Group has established itself as one of the city’s most dynamic ownership groups by positioning Boston Landing as the city’s new western gateway. The vision of Boston Landing as not just an office setting but a health, wellness and fitness area for residents and tenants took a major step forward with the Celtics joining the Boston Bruins and New Balance global headquarters.
As a wave of multifamily investors targets the city of Lawrence, Mayor Daniel Rivera is seeking to leverage their arrival and revitalize smaller blighted properties.
Peter Merrigan just raised $250 million to spend on real estate over the next 18 months, and he’s looking to buy industrial properties.
After three years of fits and starts while development has covered vacant parcels in the surrounding neighborhood, Massport has selected a consortium of developers to build a 1,054-room hotel on Summer Street opposite the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
As the Boston Planning and Development Agency moves to the next step in its review of the controversial project on the Winthrop Square garage site at 115 Federal St., it’s indicating skepticism about whether the 12,000-square-foot public hall running between Federal and Devonshire streets would provide sufficient public amenities.
Boston-based Shawmut Design and Construction took part in a topping-off ceremony this week to mark progress in construction of a new Academic Inquiry Center building at Noble and Greenough School in Dedham.
Boston-based Synergy Investments has acquired the 717,128-square-foot Center Plaza office complex from Shorenstein Properties for $365 million.