A renovation and addition project by Nauset Construction has created four floors of office space and a three-story Japanese restaurant at 150 State St. in downtown Boston.
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The expectation of rising interest rates and continued competitive price pressure may bring new challenges in 2019. But the mutual sharing of ideas and information between professional colleagues helps us all to grow and prosper.
When done right, DIYs are great, saving you money and time. They can even be fun and give you a sense of pride in what you’ve accomplished. But they can also be rolling disasters when they go off the rails.
It doesn’t take a real estate expert to see that development has been going strong throughout Greater Boston. Still, external forces could have dramatic impacts on the area’s continued growth.
As the calendar has moved to 2019, we look forward with anticipation and predictions about what may be in store for the mortgage industry. The one thing I am confident of predicting is that there will be many surprises during 2019.
A federal stimulus program designed to encourage investment in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods is likely to deliver tax savings to investors in multifamily developments, particularly in Massachusetts’ working-class cities and suburbs.
With so many Robin Hoods, will there be enough money from sales of luxury units to go around?
Our elected leaders are wary of confronting this ingrained NIMBY sentiment that stifles new housing construction and keeps prices trending ever upwards.
As transformative technologies are applied to antique laws and regulations, there is confusion over what financial institutions must do to ensure cybersecurity. To “right-size” cybersecurity investments, leaders must grasp the basic legal framework of the subject.
Kayla Gaspar has overseen a wide range of marketing activities including managing the bank’s website content and assisting with SEO and partnerships to drive qualified visits to the website and convert visits to leads.
Instead of demanding less density from developers – or worse, more parking – more communities should follow the example of towns like Arlington.
The industry in the coming year will continue to watch how the Fed deals with interest rates, the continued shift to a purchase market and how regulation will impact the speed of closing.
A $150-million loan from Citizens Bank will kickstart construction of a long-anticipated expansion of the 27-acre Cambridge Discovery Park.
Somerville’s Assembly Row has landed another high-profile corporate tenant with PUMA North America’s lease of 150,000 square feet, representing 50 percent of the new office building under construction at 455 Grand Union Boulevard.
Multifamily development projects totaling 559 residential units in Mattapan, East Boston, South Boston and the Fenway were approved Thursday by Boston Planning and Development Agency directors.
Ohio-based developer NRP Group has broken ground on The Rockwell, a 204-unit apartment complex in Worcester County for its first Massachusetts project.
Weston & Sampson will lead the creation of a new master plan for Boston Common funded with proceeds from sale of the Winthrop Square garage.
Members of the real estate, construction and banking industries made valued contributions to their communities this week.
Stop & Shop will launch a new grocery delivery in Boston later this year, using remotely piloted vehicles customers can summon with an app.
A downtown Springfield affordable apartment building is getting a $50 million investment from the state for renovations and the preservation of nearly 500 affordable housing units.