Developer Madison Properties of Boston has formed a joint venture with California private equity firm Whitman Peterson for a 235-room dual-brand hotel planned at 369 Washington St.
Search Banker & Tradesman
Massachusetts is one of 11 states to receive an F grade on its efforts to produce financially literate high school graduates, according to an analysis by Champlain College’s Center for Financial Literacy.
Accounting firm Adrian A. Gaspar & Co. and life science researchers Agilis Biotherapeutics have signed leases at 6 Kimball Lane in Lynnfield, a 105,083-square-foot office building in Lynnfield.
Secretary of State William Galvin charged a Milton man with defrauding investors – many of whom were friends and acquaintances – by convincing them to loan him money in fraudulent house-flipping schemes.
The number of first-time home buyers has declined in 2017 and so has the percentage of their down payments.
Banker & Tradesman’s coverage of transit issues throughout the region, including debates over the merits of expanding South Station, the recently resurfaced proposal to link North and South stations and the ongoing saga of the Green Line Extension.
Next year’s housing market is will largely be defined by continued demand for homeownership, tax reform’s effect on affordability and low inventory, according to Redfin’s predictions for 2018.
The owners of a North Andover company pleaded guilty and were sentenced in connection with operating an illegal gaming and money laundering scheme.
A 4,000-seat concert hall hosting 150 shows a year and new office building are planned in next phases of Charlestown’s 20-acre Hood Park redevelopment, which recently added Cambridge College’s new campus and broke ground on a 177-unit apartment building.
Ground leases have been signed with development companies for a 500,000-square-foot hotel and residential development in Boston’s Seaport District.
A leader at the Boston Fed has been tapped to lead payments security strategy for the United States.
A Wilmington man pleaded guilty today in federal court in Boston to armed bank robbery.
The Baker administration announced a comprehensive new initiative to substantially increase housing production across the commonwealth yesterday.
Nationally, 5 percent of mortgages were in some stage of delinquency (30 days or more past due including those in foreclosure) in September 2017, according to a recent CoreLogic report.
The Federal Open Market Committee’s expected rate hike this week, which would likely bring the short-term benchmark rate to a range of 1.25 to 1.5 percent, could not come at a worse time, according to a recent WalletHub study.
Seven Romanian nationals pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court in Boston in connection with an ATM skimming scheme operating throughout Massachusetts and other states including Connecticut, New York and South Carolina.
If shareholders in January approve the acquisition of First Commons Bank by Brookline Bancorp, executives are slated to receive some significant payouts.
Boston University’s brand-new theater facility turns around the spotlight to face the busy street scene of Commonwealth Avenue.
Mortgage applications increased 4.7 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending Dec. 1, 2017.