With occupancy of the 201,998-square-foot converted mill complex at 98 percent, Spear Street Capital has sold Riverworks at Aetna Mills in Watertown to Boston-based Paradigm Properties.
Waterfront barriers, living shorelines and elevated roads from East Boston to Dorchester are key elements of Boston’s resiliency strategy to protect billions of dollars in real estate from rising seas.
Even as commercial real estate embraces new technology, there’s no substitute for that face-to-face connection.
The town of Randolph is seeking proposals for a 7-acre site near its MBTA commuter rail station that could support more than 100 housing units as part of a mixed-use development.
Protecting some of Boston’s most valuable and vulnerable coastal real estate in South Boston and the Seaport District will cost an estimated $1 billion, Mayor Marty Walsh said in laying out a citywide coastal resiliency plan.
After a 2-year ownership period, Invesco Real Estate has sold 226 Causeway St. in the emerging North Station class A office cluster to Rockpoint Group for $107 million.
After a half-century, a Brighton-based nonprofit senior housing developer is adopting a new brand name designed to raise its profile in Greater Boston.
Boston Planning and Development Agency directors approved a 230-room hotel at the site of a former Leather District nightclub and 193 housing units, including 81 income-restricted units.
High rents, low vacancies and steep barriers to entry are hallmarks of the Greater Boston multifamily housing market, the third-most-expensive U.S. region in which to rent an apartment.
Boston officials have approved a two-year pilot program eliminating minimum square-footage requirements for new apartments and condominiums, a move that reflects changing household demographics and demand for more flexible housing options.
Preleasing has begun at One Beachmont, a $60 million development at 205 Revere Beach Parkway scheduled for completion in January.
A British developer of off-campus housing has set up shop in America’s college town with plans for a $1 billion Boston development pipeline in the next five years.
JP Morgan and Mack Real Estate have provided a $294 million construction loan for Cronin Development’s St. Regis Residences at 150 Seaport Boulevard in Boston.
A Newton firm that specializes in redevelopment of mill properties has acquired the former New England Mobile Book Fair property in Newton’s Upper Falls.
A prime undeveloped parcel next to the future General Electric headquarters is on the market as Gillette tests the value of its sprawling South Boston campus.
Boston will consider the diversity of development teams when offering up city-owned parcels for redevelopment, including four vacant properties in Dudley Square designated for multifamily housing.
Architect Vickie Alani’s specialties in the multifamily and hospitality sectors are starting to blur together, as hotel and housing developers borrow each others’ design trends.
Imagine if you spent $15 million on a swimming pool and your new neighbors started dropping by every day for a dip.
Law firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius has extended its lease for over 200,000 square feet at One Federal St. in Boston, a 1.1-million-square-story office tower owned by Tishman Speyer.
Boston Properties has kicked off permitting for a redevelopment of a prime Kendall Square property to accommodate Google’s expansion in the Cambridge tech hub.