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.
In the last seven years, the state’s population has grown by about 246,000 people, Bay State employers have added 353,000 jobs, and for those seeking a new place to live, 81,000 new housing units have been permitted, according to the Massachusetts Housing Partnership.
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.
Bay State health insurers are largely supportive of the new Baker administration proposal to assess employers and reform MassHealth to cover rising Medicaid costs, but threw up the caution flag recently on one proposal to encourage greater participation in tiered-network plans.
One of Europe’s biggest pension funds is adding its voice to the list of investors shaming executives they think earn too much.
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 current economic expansion, now entering its ninth year, is forecast to continue, with full-year growth at 2 percent for 2017, according to the Fannie Mae Economic & Strategic Research (ESR) Group’s June 2017 Economic and Housing Outlook.
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.
A Boston man was recently charged in federal court in Boston with bank robbery.
Electronic trading in the $900 billion leveraged loan market celebrates its one-year anniversary Friday.
Skanska USA has been awarded a $113-million contract for Boston’s College’s new 224,000-square-foot recreation center.
The Massachusetts Land Court has overturned approval of a a 14,360-square-foot CVS Pharmacy in Winchester following a four-year legal battle.
Investors are hoping the Federal Reserve will allow big U.S. banks to put an estimated $150 billion in idle capital toward stock buybacks, dividends and profit-boosting investments in the coming weeks after conducting a regular examination of financial strength.
East Cambridge Savings Bank, MGM Springfield and the Polish National Credit Union are among the organizations announcing changes to personnel in this week’s roundup.
A vacant lot and parking area at 212-222 Stuart St. in Boston’s Bay Village will be redeveloped as a 19-story residential tower containing 133 residential units and 3,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
When the 191st General Court is sworn in on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019, senators will take their oath in a newly restored chamber that attempts to maintain the historic character of the space while incorporating new technology and making it more accessible.
The Boston Seaport District’s past and present collided in May 2016 as construction crews unearthed a 19th-century shipwreck while excavating the site of 121 Seaport, a 400,000-square-foot speculative office tower.
CPI Radant has signed a full-building lease for an industrial property in Hudson.
The Office of the Attorney General will award $90,000 in grant funding to organizations across the state to promote equal opportunity for women and minority workers and small business owners in the construction industry.
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- Luxury Apartment Inventory Set To Grow
- Court Shoots Down CVS In Development Dispute
- Somerville Cold Storage Conversion Hits Market
- Synergy Set To Sell Gateway Property In Seaport District