Commercial & Industrial
The Boston Housing Authority has selected Boston-based WinnCos. to redevelop the Mary Ellen McCormack housing complex in South Boston.
Ground was broken Tuesday on 41 units of mixed-income townhomes at Olmsted Green, part of a $200 million redevelopment of the former Boston State Hospital site.
Saying the status quo is holding down economic and job growth, President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed an executive order aimed at streamlining environmental reviews and permitting of major infrastructure projects and establishing a two-year goal for such processes.
The 80-unit Trac 75 apartment complex in Allston has passed the 75 percent leasing threshold in just over three months on the edge of one of Boston’s most-watched development clusters.
The University of Southern California’s Information Science Institute has leased nearly 8,000 square feet in Waltham for its first Massachusetts location.
Nauset Construction recently began work on a project that will transform an 18th-century tavern into a new facility to be used by the Riverbend School in Natick.
Professional services firm Core States Group and electrical equipment manufacturer Socomec Inc. have signed two leases for office space in Watertown.
The index that serves as the standard measure of inflation rose 2.2 percent in Boston over the past year, the federal government announced Friday.
Canton Co-operative Bank, Jack Conway and ULI are among those featured in this week’s roundup.
Aided by a bustling multifamily building climate and more aggressive affordable housing requirements on private development, Boston has added more than 1,800 income-restricted apartments and condos in the past three years. City officials credit their updated inclusionary development policy for stabilizing rents and generating affordable and workforce housing in high-cost areas
The dreary and stunningly mediocre Charles River Park apartment complex is all that remains of a big chunk of the old West End, torn down via eminent domain by Boston officials back in the 1950s.
Former residences for the Marist Fathers in Boston’s Bay Village will be converted into nine condos following the $11.4 million acquisition of the property by developer New Boston Ventures.
Transformation of a dilapidated industrial parcel into office space, luxury condominiums and new waterfront public space is nearing completion at Boston’s Lovejoy Wharf.
A blaze that destroyed a large apartment complex under construction in suburban Boston has been ruled arson.
Three financial institutions are among those highlighted in this week’s roundup.
The developer of a planned hotel in Boston’s Haymarket Square has added new investors with the goal of breaking ground in early 2018.
As engineers design cars to make decisions without a human driver, one South Carolina lawmaker wants to know how self-driving cars would handle ethical dilemmas.
General Electric will delay construction of a 295,000-square-foot office building in Boston for two years in a shift of real estate strategy for its $200 million global headquarters under new CEO John Flannery.
Northbridge Partners has sold 20 Carematrix Drive in Dedham for $8.3 million.
A Georgia man was charged in federal court in Boston in connection with a scheme to defraud Framingham-based Staples Inc. of more than $1.4 million.
Commercial and Industrial Top
- Developer of Haymarket Hotel Adds New Partners
- East Boston Savings Bank Plans To Add Two New Branches In Boston
- Strong Demand For New Allston Apartment Units
- Repeal Of Volcker Rule Moves Closer
- Former Marist Residences Sold For Nine Condos
- WinnCos. Names Development Team For South Boston Complex
- Workforce Housing Project Breaks Ground In Mattapan
- Division Of Banks Issues Fines For Unlicensed And Illegal Auto Lending Practices
- State Division Of Banks Announces CU Changes
- Fed Order To Streamline Enviro Review, Permitting On Big Projects