November 23, 2014 | Updated 3:00am

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Nov. 23 Issue

Inside B&T

Building A Legacy

You have to hand it to John Hynes. With the kickoff of the latest piece of his...

Heading In A New Direction

Nick Patsio may not have grown up in the real estate business, but once he began, he certainly...

Mobilizing CRE For The Greater Good

Diana Brennan took over in June as CEO of Building Impact, a Boston-based nonprofit that helps...

Thinking Outside The Box

A decade ago, the notion of turning a declining industrial neighborhood in Chelsea into a...

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Total Absorption

Why Oct. 23 Is An Important Date In Boston

Oct. 23 is a holiday in Thailand marking the 1910 passing of King Chulalongkorn, but in Boston it has a different significance in land-use circles, with an influence on how tall skyscrapers can be built.

Weighted Assets

Online College Is Taking Women’s Education To The Next Level

ICYMI, this week's issue of B&T features a special section on continuing education programs for bankers. And in the process of researching that article, I got to learn about a really awesome college not included in the paper, The American Women's College.

Housing Scene

Robosigning Woes Alive and Well In the Bay State?

A new case from the Appeals Court suggests some old ghosts have not yet been exorcised....

Updated Friday, Nov. 21 @ 12:03pm

Current News

September Foreclosure Petitions Rise In Mass.

Foreclosure petition activity increased statewide in September, marking the seventh consecutive month of year-over-year increases in the Bay State, according to The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman.

Community Good Works

Arbella Insurance, Athol Savings Bank and Eastern Bank are included in our weekly roundup of organizations giving back to their communities.

Groundbreaking Ceremony Held For Luxury Hotel On Gloucester Harbor

Windover Construction has begun work on a luxury hotel and conference center located on Gloucester Harbor.

Quincy Center Redevelopment Revived

By Steve Adams

A new development team has stepped forward to restart plans for redevelopment of Quincy Center a year after a previous project stalled.

MBA, Banks Host Financial Education Quiz Show

The Massachusetts Bankers Association and five partnering banks on Friday presented a financial education competition for Bay State high school students.

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Mass. Home Single-Family Prices, Sales Decline

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The Defining Moment?
What project will developer John Hynes be most remembered for in Boston?

  • Developing One Lincoln, now State Street Financial Center. That’s what put him on the map.
  • His effort to develop the former Filene’s in Downtown Crossing and the recession that stopped him.
  • The $600 million One Seaport Square. His latest will truly be his greatest.

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