Changing dynamics and accounting standards will not change People’s United Bank’s strategy around mergers and acquisitions, bank executives said during the bank’s third quarter earnings conference call on Thursday.
The $525-million Motor Mart Garage redevelopment in Back Bay will add 231 condos in a new 310-foot tower and provide financial support for a planned 85-unit affordable housing complex in Chinatown.
The owner of Joe’s American Bar & Grille on the Boston waterfront has begun community outreach on plans to redevelop the Atlantic Avenue site while building a five-story hotel and inn on Commercial Wharf.
John Hancock is seeking to sell development rights to a Boston Planning & Development Agency-approved 26-story tower near its namesake tower in Boston’s Back Bay.
A 10-story Financial District office building has been sold to a locally-focused real estate investment firm.
U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley helped launch a new Congressional caucus Thursday morning, one that plans to make equity, access and sustainability points of emphasis as it considers how transportation systems around the country can prepare for the future.
ERA Key Realty A scavenger hunt sponsored by four area offices of ERA Key Realty Services raised more than $3,000 with donations still coming in for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, said Lisa Luther, event coordinator. ERA Key offices in Billerica, Chelmsford, Wilmington, Woburn joined together for the fundraiser on Oct. 5. More than 40 people, including
A medical and office building near the Watertown-Cambridge line has sold for $57.5 million, according to documents on file at the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds.
A trophy four-building portfolio in the heart of the Newton Highlands village has sold for $11.5 million according to information filed in the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds.
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