In the first eight days that Encore Boston Harbor was open, gamblers wagered more than $93.5 million on the slot machines alone at the Everett casino and the Wynn Resorts operation counted $16.79 million in total revenue, or more than $2 million a day.
With $49.3 million in affordable housing financing from MassHousing, WinnCos. will preserve affordability for lower-income households at The Tannery in Peabody for another half-century.
Berkshire Bank has solidified “its commitment to deepening relationships with the communities [it serves]” by hiring longtime community organizer and activist Malia Lazu as its new chief experience and culture officer and executive vice president.
KeyBank will align its Boston commercial banking market with its Connecticut and Greater Springfield presence to form the Connecticut/Massachusetts Market.
A 129-unit, 55-plus luxury residential townhome community has been approved in North Framingham.
Banks, contractors and tech firms team up this week to support children living in poverty and LGBTQ youth.
Finance and real estate professionals are making moves and receiving recognition across Massachusetts this week.
Millennium Partners’ latest project in Boston’s Seaport District is back, minus the gondola. Thank heaven for that.
It’s the rare company that has not donated financially toward a community project, but the positive impact a local business can make by contributing in other ways can extend far beyond the occasional novelty check.
A former East Greenwich, Rhode Island businesswoman admitted yesterday in federal court to utilizing her business and business contacts, including family members, friends and business associates, to operate a $10.3 million Ponzi scheme.
Quincy Miller, vice chairman and president of Eastern Bank, has been elected to the board of directors of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.
Boston Private has added two more to its growing team.
Two well known investment banks that frequently work with community banks in New England on M&A and capital raising are merging.
Newton-based Kaplan Construction will lead a renovation and construction project for 229 units of mixed-income housing at the Holyoke Farms property in Holyoke.
Calyx Peak has received approval for a marijuana cultivation and manufacturing facility on Pullman Street in Worcester.
For three Sundays this summer Newbury Street will become a pedestrian walkway closed to vehicles, allowing for an unusually leisurely stroll down one of the city’s most famous streets.
The Provident Bank said in a statement released yesterday that it would become one of a few banks in the U.S. to wade into the waters of blockchain and bitcoin by offering deposit services to cryptocurrency-related clients.
An 11-acre Shrewsbury property anchored by a Price Chopper supermarket has been acquired by a Winchester investor for $19 million.
A Marlborough industrial portfolio has sold for $18.1 million.