Boston Global Investors’ proposed development of two Massport-owned parcels in the Seaport District calls for a 645,000-square-foot office building next to the MBTA World Trade Center station and a 2-story building between two Massachusetts Turnpike off-ramps.
Jefferson Apartment Group’s redevelopment of the former Malden City Hall property into a 320-unit apartment complex has signed its first two retail tenants as construction nears completion this summer.
About half of the $42.7 billion Senate budget proposal is consumed by spending in just three areas – health care, pensions and debt service – leaving some senators worried about underinvestment in other priority areas like transportation, housing and the environment.
Madison Park, the only comprehensive vocational school in Boston, is uniquely positioned to be a talent pipeline for employers around the region, according to a report published earlier this week by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.
A new fintech in Quincy that helps community banks solve critical challenges like growing core deposits, improving branch network performance, increasing business relationships and managing performance has formally announced its launch.
A Ludlow woman pleaded guilty earlier this week in federal court in Springfield to bank fraud.
A top Suffolk Construction executive has been named to the board of directors of The New England Council, a non-partisan alliance of businesses, colleges, institutions, and public and private organizations.
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