This week’s roundup features seven financial institutions giving back to their communities.
Nonprofit MassRobotics has opened a 15,000-square-foot office and R&D space in Boston’s Seaport District to support industry startups developing everything from drones to autonomous vehicles.
As part of an ongoing effort to unwind the Affordable Care Act, three Republican lawmakers yesterday introduced a piece of legislation intended to expand eligibility for health savings accounts.
The Massachusetts Alliance Against Predatory Lending is sponsoring free clinics to inform homeowners foreclosed in 2014 or earlier that they face a new deadline to file paperwork to preserve the 20-year window in which homeowners may contest a foreclosure.
Outlets of Santander Bank, already under fire for lending practices, denied mortgages to women, minorities and low-income borrowers in the U.S. Northeast more frequently than nearby banks, according to an analysis by an industry reform group on Thursday.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is gradually introducing a digital mortgage platform where customers can apply online and track mortgage applications by mobile phone.
The $285 million second phase of development at Somerville’s 3.4-million-square-foot Assembly Row development will include 20 restaurants and retailers opening by year’s end, developer Federal Realty Investment Trust said.
U.S. homebuilding fell in January as the construction of multifamily housing projects dropped, but upward revisions to the prior month’s data and a jump in permits to a one-year high suggested the housing recovery remained on track.
Kinlin Grover Real Estate, a division of one of the nation’s largest privately owned residential real estate brokerages, The Randall Family of Cos., announced yesterday it is no longer part of a franchise and has returned to being an independent brokerage.
Citing personal reasons, Andrew Armata announced on his Facebook page yesterday that he is leaving LAER Realty Partners, the firm he cofounded with Stacy Alcorn 12 years ago.
With interest rates and home values on the rise, the typical monthly mortgage payment now requires more of the average household income than it has anytime in the previous six years, according to a report released today by Zillow.
Citizens Bank recently made a $65 million loan to NED Altoona LLC/New England Development to build a 300,000-square-foot retail outlet center near Des Moines, Iowa.
Realogy Holdings Corp. and Guaranteed Rate Inc. today announced that they have agreed to form a new joint venture, Guaranteed Rate Affinity LLC, which is expected to begin doing business in June 2017.
Officials examining variations in prices charged by medical providers on Tuesday floated the idea of setting a minimum rate for hospitals at the bottom end of the price spectrum.
Kōhi Coffee Company, Flatbread Company and a Rail Stop Restaurant and Bar are the first retail tenants to sign onto the 1.8 million-square-foot Boston Landing mixed-use development in Brighton.
Former wrestling magnate and two-time Senate candidate Linda McMahon was easily confirmed to head up the Small Business Administration yesterday with a vote of 81–19.
TD Bank announced this week that it would be expanding its small business teams in several key markets, including Massachusetts and Connecticut.
The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod this week announced it appointed Lisa Oliver to succeed current President and CEO Joel Crowell.
Holliday Fenoglio Fowler (HFF) recently announced that it closed the $18 million sale of and arranged $12.5 million in financing for Tower at Northwoods.
Two Boston parking garages are poised for change of ownership, including one that could spur a large development on the edge of Chinatown.
- Leather District Parking Garage Sale Could Spur Redevelopment
- Assembly Row Announces Next Wave Of Restaurants, Outlets
- Boston Landing Announces First Three Retail Tenants
- Canadian, Israeli Investors Acquire HubSpot Offices For $202.5M
- Grocery-Anchored Shopping Center Sold To AEW Capital