Jay Fitzgerald

Jay Fitzgerald can be reached at editorial@thewarrengroup.com

Developers Partner With Theater Group in Fenway

The opening act of the long-planned Huntington Avenue project – involving construction of a new 32-story apartment tower and simultaneous renovation of the next-door Huntington Theatre – gets underway early next year when development group QMG Huntington LLC starts demolishing two small buildings in preparation for full-scale construction along the city’s “Avenue of the Arts.”

Chelmsford at a Crossroads

Chelmsford’s move two years ago to rezone more than 600 acres of commercial property to allow more varied uses – in an attempt to adapt to changing real estate times and to keep its property tax rolls up – is already paying big dividends.

Can Hotel Development Solve Fenway’s Airbnb Crisis?

Community activists and hotel developers agree on one thing: the Fenway/Kenmore Square area of Boston needs more hotel rooms. New mixed-use residential, office and retail developments have been constructed over the years as Fenway Park expanded its entertainment offerings beyond Red Sox games to include concerts and sporting events of all varieties.

A New Chapter For Barnes & Noble Building

After the new Millennium Tower Boston finally opened two years ago at the site of the old Filene’s Basement in Downtown Crossing, there was still one question that people had for Rosemarie Sansone, president and chief executive of the Downtown Boston Business Improvement District.

Stepping Stone

When she entered Boston-based construction heavyweight Suffolk’s eight-week Trades Partnership Series program in 2015, Janet Peguero was only vaguely aware what “post-construction cleaning” meant.

A New Housing Model Emerges In Charlestown

Since its founding in 1980, Toward Independent Living and Learning (TILL) Inc. has been known, and praised, for the small group homes it runs for those with developmental disabilities across eastern Massachusetts – and today the nonprofit operates 53 such facilities in the region.

A Do-Over For Malden Center

By now, most everyone has heard of the “live-work-play” development trend that’s sweeping Boston and other urban communities where there are still patches of land to build near transit lines.

Live And Learn

Maybe you’ve heard of those new college dormitories that also house student lounges, or ground-floor cafeterias, or maybe a small café for students to grab a coffee and chat.

Anchor Tenant Renews Interest In Union Point

The developer of the former South Weymouth Naval Air Station is hoping the recent signing of a Dutch technology company as an anchor tenant will act as a catalyst for other major employers to locate operations on the South Shore, long considered a distant third choice for firms looking to expand or relocate in the Greater Boston area.

Allston Lures Kendall Square Startups

With the recent opening of its new Pagliuca Harvard Life Lab in Allston, Harvard University has taken another major step toward transforming the old WGBH headquarters on Western Avenue into a mini “innovation campus” for its faculty, students, alumni and others.