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.
Private lender and real estate investor Grand Coast Capital Group has opened a new headquarters in Quincy Center.
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.
The three largest credit-reporting agencies will begin cleaning up credit reports in July, which could help lift the credit scores of about 12 million consumers.
A cursory glance at the sales data for Massachusetts’ top selling residential property during the last week of May is impressive. Michael Carucci listed and sold 150 Heath St. in Brookline for $7.5 million in a single day. Fast, easy money, right?
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.
During the week ending June 16, total mortgage applications increased 0.6 percent from the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
JM Electrical Co. Inc. recently completed a project at 60 Binney St.
The managing partner of a Waltham-based investment advisory firm was sentenced today in federal court in Boston in connection with a securities fraud scheme known as “cherry-picking” that netted over $1.3 million.
Nitsch Engineering, a Boston-based firm that specializes in providing engineering and planning services for infrastructure and site development projects, has opened its Washington, D.C. office.
DraftKings and FanDuel, two pioneers in online fantasy sports betting who are facing the prospect of more state regulation and taxation, have urged a commission reviewing the industry to leave well enough alone.
Gov. Charlie Baker saluted innovation and investment in the health care field during his remarks at the 2017 International BIO Conference in San Diego on Wednesday, laying out his plans to invest in workforce development and foster public-private partnerships and thanking those in the medical industry for doing the work they do.
Mortgage Rates Inch Up After Extended Decline
Legendary Sox catcher and former team captain Jason Varitek and his wife, Catherine Varitek, closed on an $1.8 million home in Hingham’s Residences at Black Rock earlier this month.
The Massachusetts Divisions of Banks issued a letter last week clarifying whether or not an employee of a nonprofit entity who originates a mortgage needs to be licensed by the commonwealth.
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.
In the last seven years, the state’s population has grown by about 246,000 people, Bay State employers have added 353,000 jobs, and for those seeking a new place to live, 81,000 new housing units have been permitted, according to the Massachusetts Housing Partnership.
A two-day sales tax holiday, which has taken place nearly every year for more than a decade, is a lifeline for shops swamped with competition by online retailers that are always a few clicks away, the state’s top retail spokesman told lawmakers.
Bay State health insurers are largely supportive of the new Baker administration proposal to assess employers and reform MassHealth to cover rising Medicaid costs, but threw up the caution flag recently on one proposal to encourage greater participation in tiered-network plans.
One of Europe’s biggest pension funds is adding its voice to the list of investors shaming executives they think earn too much.