Boston Mayor Marty Walsh wants to bring active recreation to the Fort Point Channel and build new “large open spaces” on both sides of the waterway that runs between downtown Boston and the Seaport District.
Cornerstone Realty Capital arranged $38.5 million in financing for The Wave, Mount Vernon Co.’s 132-unit rental complex under construction at 530 Western Ave. in Allston.
Appalachian Mountain Club is offering naming rights at its new headquarters and a training and equipment center in Charlestown.
Hudson-based Calare Properties has sold its 94,268-square-foot distribution facility in Watertown.
Corbus Pharmaceuticals will occupy 32,733 square feet at the newly-renovated 500 River Ridge Drive in Norwood early next year.
Low-wage workers are fired up about the potential for a big increase in the minimum wage, but small business owners see legislatively mandated pay hikes as “irresponsible and prohibitive” and adding to the burden of high health care and energy costs.
The Hamilton Co. of Boston has begun construction of a 40-unit workforce housing complex at Packard’s Crossing in Allston in the second phase of a $100 million residential development.
Local officials recently kicked off the Boston Harbor Dredging Project, a $350 million state- and federally funded multiphase project designed to support continued growth at Conley Container Terminal.
Evolve or die is the choice for an aging generation of shopping malls struggling to compete against e-commerce, outdoor lifestyle centers and reinvigorated Main Street shopping districts.
We designed 121 Seaport as a highly flexible, ultra-efficient building with amenities and collaborative indoor and outdoor spaces that we knew would attract market leaders like PTC.
Under Michael Phillips’ leadership, Atlanta-based developer Jamestown has emerged as a high-profile player in Boston’s commercial real estate market. Its Innovation and Design Building on the eastern edge of the Seaport District has attracted relocations by big-name tenants such as Autodesk, America’s Test Kitchen and Reebok, which began occupying its new headquarters in early September. The 1.3-million-square-foot complex has since added food and fitness amenities, as well as transit shuttles. Now Jamestown is narrowing down a list of operators for a new 4,000-square-foot restaurant expected to open by the end of the year.
Central and Western Massachusetts have struggled for years to break free of the long shadow cast by Greater Boston, the economic engine of New England and one of the wealthiest urban hubs on the planet.
Northland Investment Corp. has unveiled its plans for a 1.4-million-square-foot redevelopment including 865 housing units at a 29-acre parcel in Newton’s Upper Falls.
Burlington-based Gutierrez Co. has completed lease transactions totaling more than 26,000 square feet at 200 Summit Drive, part of its three-building office complex off Middlesex Turnpike.
Eversource has announced it will build a 5.6-megawatt solar farm in Springfield.
If Amazon picks Greater Boston for its second headquarters, the $5-billion complex will likely be spread across a mix of existing buildings and new development, some of the region’s leading developers predict.
The Baker administration plans to tackle the thorny issue of extracting additional emission reductions from the transportation sector, officials announced at a summit Tuesday where they marked the one-year anniversary of a climate change executive order.
Responding to objections from activists and Boston officials, WS Development has revamped its plans to develop 12.5 acres of Seaport District real estate including more park space and two performing arts facilities.
Connecticut-based Alexion Pharmaceuticals will move its headquarters from New Haven to Boston’s Seaport District in mid-2018, bringing 400 corporate and research jobs and filling the remaining office and lab space in a speculative tower scheduled to open early next year.
Having already added more than 70,000 new customers in 2017, Marlborough-based Digital Federal Credit Union is now looking to bulk up its workforce.