Commercial & Industrial
Many of us have been living in a happy little bubble when it comes to General Electric and its headquarters move to Boston.
Shortly after taking office in 2014, Boston Mayor Martin Walsh issued a detailed report entitled “Housing a Changing City,” with ambitious plans to create 53,000 new dwelling units in Boston by 2030 for a population expected to exceed 700,000 residents by that date.
Cottonwood Management’s groundbreaking ceremony on its new $900 million, three-tower Seaport District development was more than just the latest mega-project to hit Boston via a new development player in town.
We are proud to honor the eight winners who not only share ISPE’s commitment to innovation, they also promote pharmaceutical manufacturing technology by demonstrating creativity and excellence in facility design, construction and operations.
If Boston’s luxury condominium market was defined in 2016 by the ultra-luxurious Millennium Tower’s debut, 2017 is characterized by construction of lower-profile mid-rises offering relative price bargains in the $1,000 to $1,400 per square foot range.
The Boston condominium market is experiencing a trajectory never before seen in the history of the city. Spectacular towers attaining prices in excess of $2,500 per foot have established Boston as a competitive player on a worldwide stage.
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.
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.
JM Electrical Co. Inc. recently completed a project at 60 Binney St.
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.
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.
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.
With the recent opening of the 503-unit Avalon North Station and more than 800 luxury apartments set to open this summer at the Benjamin and Via and in the Seaport District, Boston’s high-end rental market is set to absorb its latest big bump in inventory.
The state, the city and private businesses have reached a deal to fund the Rose Kennedy Greenway.
Gov. Charlie Baker’s proposed $500 million extension of the life sciences initiative put in place by his predecessor in 2008 will put a greater emphasis, according to the governor, on workforce building to support industries that have taken root in Massachusetts.
Skanska USA has been awarded a $113-million contract for Boston’s College’s new 224,000-square-foot recreation center.
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- Court Shoots Down CVS In Development Dispute
- Somerville Cold Storage Conversion Hits Market
- Synergy Set To Sell Gateway Property In Seaport District