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.
An office building near South Boston’s Andrew Square Red Line MBTA stop has sold for $33.5 million.
The parent company of Brockton-based HarborOne Bank has added two to its board of directors.
Roxbury’s commercial heart is getting a new entertainment venue, a jazz club to be located in the Boston Public Schools’ headquarters building in Dudley Square.
During his State of the City speech on Tuesday night, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced the creation of a new Economic Development Center focused on connecting residents to better jobs, helping small businesses grow and improve public input in economic development and policy-making.
The owners of Time Out Market, have announced the lineup of vendors planned for the space, slated to open in the second quarter of 2019.
Santander Bank has hired a new leader for its specialized banking group.
Voter Choice of Massachusetts has leased office space in Boston’s Downtown Crossing for its new headquarters.
The conversion of the former Westborough State Hospital to housing is moving forward after national homebuilder Pulte Homes bought the property for $7 million.
Massachusetts employers gave a big “Bah Humbug” to the year-end economy as business confidence withered in the face of a government shutdown and the largest one-month stock market decline since the Great Depression.
Seven projects in Massachusetts have received nearly $12.2 million in financing from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, which will fund the creation or preservation of 779 affordable housing units in 19 projects.
A Cambridge landmark that includes that Harvard COOP bookstore and cafe is under new ownership.
A 51,200-square-foot industrial/flex building in Marlborough has sold for $6.5 million.
The Worcester Redevelopment Authority is planning to move ahead with negotiations to lease space in the city’s Union Station to a “nanobrewery” and an arcade.
The government shutdown appears to be dulling loan application approval rates at small financial institutions.