A pair of office and hotel towers could break ground near the western end of Newbury Street early next year, flanking a new pedestrian plaza and stairway leading to an elevated terrace overlooking the Massachusetts Turnpike.
The next wave of development in the Fenway neighborhood will bring a 5,400-seat concert hall to the home of the Boston Red Sox and a 148-room hotel less than a block away.
Harvard University will reprise a $10 million investment it made 20 years in the Local Initiatives Support Corp. which, it said, helped preserve or create over 3,100 homes across 65 affordable housing developments in Boston and Cambridge.
People’s United’s latest acquisition target, Connecticut-based United Bank, originally rejected a much higher offer from People’s last year.
Boston-based online lender Radius Bank is expanding its digital marketplace to include life insurance offerings through the insurtech Ladder.
Following a vote last month, the Financial Accounting Standards Board yesterday formally issued its proposal to delay the deadline for many banks, credit unions and other smaller companies to delay implementing a new accounting standard that would dramatically change how lenders would treat loans.
Four people sustained injuries Friday morning when an MBTA ferry ran aground near Long Island in thick fog after being “cut off” by a private boat, a T spokesman said.
Members of the banking, real estate and construction industries gave back to their communities in many ways recently, from hundreds of thousands in donations to their own time and labor.
Arlington-based, $1.5 billion-asset Leader Bank has completed spinning out an in-house fintech, ZSuite Technologies, that offers software tools that help banks serve real estate owners and property managers.
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