Commercial & Industrial
The inner suburbs of Boston have long been home to companies powering the Greater Boston economy, but towns like Waltham and Watertown are experiencing a redevelopment boom as former factories are finding a second life in the 21st century.
This is a transitional year for John Hynes III, CEO of Boston Global Investors and master developer of the 23-acre Seaport Square on the South Boston waterfront.
In Newton, the city of 13 villages, Northland Investment Corp. is drawing up plans to build a 14th virtually from scratch.
With roughly 70 percent of Greater Boston’s suburban office inventory having been delivered before 1990, many of those aging office buildings need to be re-envisioned to attract today’s workforce.
America enjoys an embarrassment of fossil fuel riches. The U.S. is easily the world’s largest producer of natural gas and petroleum.
Cambridge, Downtown, the Seaport – that is what a lot of people have been talking about with the uptick in the market over the last five years.
Maybe you’ve heard of those new college dormitories that also house student lounges, or ground-floor cafeterias, or maybe a small café for students to grab a coffee and chat.
All the hand-wringing over whether Millennium Partners proposed $1 billion tower will cast a few shadows over Boston Common from its Financial District perch a quarter mile away is just a classic NIMBY tempest in a teapot.
Boston ranks tops in the U.S. and seventh globally in investment intensity for office space, with the tech sector placing the Hub among an elite group of mid-sized job magnets.
The former headquarters of the Malden Evening News and Medford Daily Mercury has been sold for $3 million to South Cove Community Health Center, a provider of Asian community health services.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Friday that he believes financial markets could improve “significantly” once they fully reflect the potential for U.S. economic growth from President Donald Trump’s economic policies.
Quincy-based Grossman Cos. Inc. has acquired two properties in East Boston and Somerville that are home to Citizens Bank branches.
Rising commercial real estate prices in the U.S. could intensify problems in an economic downturn further down the road, the president of the Boston Fed said this week before a banking supervision conference.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, but remained below a level associated with a strengthening labor market.
Chicago-based RREEF Management Co. has paid $477 million to buy the 100 Northern Ave. office tower anchored by law firm Goodwin Procter LLP on the South Boston waterfront.
Boston-based EagleBridge Capital has arranged $16 million in acquisition and permanent mortgage financing for 26-30 West St. in Boston’s Ladder District.
Enel Green Power North America Inc. has opened its new headquarters at Andover Landing at Brickstone.
TCI Development LLC, an affiliate of Boston-based Sam Park & Co., has acquired Tyngsboro Crossing for $6.2 million.
Gov. Charlie Baker has repeatedly emphasized the need to focus on the MBTA’s nuts and bolts infrastructure problems, improving signal systems, track and third rail.
Pharmaceutical safety firm SPMD – Safety Strategies for Health Inc. has leased 6,048 square feet at Cummings Properties’ 50 Dunham Ridge in Beverly.
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