Amid a debate over the future of Boston’s marine park, mechanical contractor Cannistraro is making the argument that industrial companies still have a place in the neighborhood.
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Eastern Bank has received the highest possible grade for its performance under the Community Reinvestment Act.
A Rhode Island man last Thursday was charged in federal court in Boston with three additional counts of bank robbery.
A proposal to simplify a rule banning banks from proprietary trading, rather than making life easier for Wall Street, could ensnare billions of dollars’ worth of assets not currently caught by the regulation.
Erland Construction, Hanscom Federal Credit Union and Seamen’s Bank are among those featured in this week’s roundup.
What two things start with T and are a joke? Traffic and the T.
For a sector that’s lately been overshadowed by tech expansion in downtown Boston, the financial service industry is expected to play an outsized role in some of the biggest upcoming lease transactions.
Posh suburbs and tony neighborhoods regularly record single-family median sale prices of $1 million or more, while the median sale price in Greater Boston has hit a record $612,000.
What if Congress passed a massive tax bill with scary cutbacks in deductions for homeowners – prompting dire predictions of mass property-value declines – but nothing much happened?
Don’t know if you’ve noticed, faithful Banker & Tradesman readers, but it’s a rough road out there right now.
The owners of One Beacon St. have begun construction of an enhanced lobby including an extension of the front of the building toward Beacon Street.
Consider the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956.
Is faster and cheaper always better? Many would exclaim, “of course!” but, when it comes to valuing residential real estate the answer should be a cautious “maybe.”
In the early 1990s and parts of the 2000s, it was not unusual for Dan Rosman, principal at Rockland-based DTR Corp., to secure traditional financing on distressed properties that he was looking to fix up. The banks were looking to lend and had more autonomy to do so.
After years of community discussions and uncertainty about the timing of the MBTA Green Line Extension, the billion-dollar redevelopment of Somerville’s Union Square is scheduled to break ground this fall.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist is putting more of its Boston real estate on the market for a potential neighborhood-changing redevelopment.
Canadian apparel chain Roots has opened its first Massachusetts store, including a “Sweat Bar” where customers can design and order handcrafted leather bags.
Rockland Trust is relocating its Hyannis branch to offer more services to customers.
Benoit Mizner Simon & Co. is expanding into Sudbury.