Partial demolition and renovation of a Lexington office park would create a 686,107-square-foot campus for the growing suburban life science market.
Five developers are seeking to develop hundreds of housing units at a city-owned property that’s been viewed as a linchpin of downtown Haverhill’s resurgence.
Real estate agents on both islands are busier than ever, awed by the influx of wealth propelling the sales, concerned about those who can’t compete – and wondering what 2022 will bring.
If Boston City Councilor Lydia Edwards can win the Democratic primary for an open state Senate seat in one week, she hopes to vault into a role that will let her tackle regional housing issues, head-on.
Boston-based financial technology firm Hometap has raised $60 million in operating capital to support its platform that allows homeowners to tap into home equity without taking on debt.
Boston-based Numerated, a financial technology company that provides a business loan origination platform for banks and credit unions, has acquired another local fintech that the company said would help reduce work for lenders using the platform.
Developer IQHQ Inc. plans a nearly 410,000 square feet life science campus at its North Beacon Street property in the growing Allston lab cluster.
Avison Young Principal Michael Buckley, Jefferson Apartment Group Senior Vice President Sandi Silk, JLL Boston Managing Director Chris Decembrele and BioMed Realty Director of Leasing Alex Mancuso join Banker & Tradesman CRE editor Steve Adams in a conversation surveying the outlook for 2022.
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