A recent private placement offering has brought Admirals Bank’s capital levels well above the threshold for a “well capitalized” bank, letting the once-troubled institution chart a new path forward.
Fitchburg-based Workers Credit Union surpassed 100,000 members in 2018, while growing assets by nearly 10 percent to roughly $1.8 billion.
A tech company that specializes in communications software for the insurance industry has signed a full-floor lease in Boston’s Financial District.
Connecticut’s two resort casinos experienced yet another month of declining slot machine revenues in March, bringing their losing streak to nine months. At the same time, the MGM Springfield casino saw a substantial increase in all types of gaming revenue.
After evaluating six potential sites, Conservatory Lab Charter School has bought a Dorchester property that will enable it to build a new 45,000-square-foot campus.
A Hingham-based investor has paid $2.4 million for a 4,390-square-foot retail building in Hingham Square.
Boston is expanding a program that encourages creation of accessory apartments in existing homes and provides low-cost loans of up to $30,000 for such projects.
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