Amid a debate over the future of Boston’s marine park, mechanical contractor Cannistraro is making the argument that industrial companies still have a place in the neighborhood.
For a sector that’s lately been overshadowed by tech expansion in downtown Boston, the financial service industry is expected to play an outsized role in some of the biggest upcoming lease transactions.
The owners of One Beacon St. have begun construction of an enhanced lobby including an extension of the front of the building toward Beacon Street.
After years of community discussions and uncertainty about the timing of the MBTA Green Line Extension, the billion-dollar redevelopment of Somerville’s Union Square is scheduled to break ground this fall.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist is putting more of its Boston real estate on the market for a potential neighborhood-changing redevelopment.
Another suburban tenant is looking for a big chunk of Boston office space, and the latest requirement could fill up the 651,500-square-foot office tower at The Hub on Causeway before construction begins.
The state’s top environmental official rejected appeals of new Boston waterfront zoning that would enable The Chiofaro Cos. and the owners of the James F. Hook & Co. lobster pound to redevelop their properties with high-rises, including an approximately 600-foot tower on Chiofaro’s Harbor Garage site.
A speculative Watertown development which showed off the potential of inner suburbs to absorb life science industry growth is up for sale by developer Boylston Properties.
Developers submitted a 1.8-million-square-foot development plan for the former Atlantic Gelatin property bordering I-93 in Woburn.
Collegium Pharmaceuticals has leased 50,678 square feet at 100 Tech following a multi-million-dollar repositioning of the 188,000-square-foot office building by Braintree-based Campanelli.
Boston’s lower South End became synonymous with luxury condominiums, organic food and high-end fitness concepts in its recent transformation. Now developers think the time is ripe to test the market for life science and corporate-grade office space.
Boston-based Related Beal is adding to its real estate portfolio in Boston’s Seaport District with the $276-million acquisition of an 85-percent leased office and lab building.
A decision by Widett Circle food vendors on a buyer for their 19-acre parcel appears to be imminent, setting up opportunities for a potential multibillion-dollar redevelopment.
The first high-rise development in Cambridge’s Central Square has obtained a $110 million round of construction financing.
A Texas real estate investor has joined the partnership leading the $1.5 billion Union Square redevelopment in Somerville, which is scheduled to begin this fall with construction of a 175,000-square-foot office-lab building and 400 residential units.
Shore-based defenses against more frequent and severe Boston Harbor flooding are coming into sharper focus as the city and developers consider strategies to protect some of region’s most valuable real estate.
Boston-based Ori Inc. has big ambitions for its robotic furniture systems, which combine entertainment, home office, storage and sleep spaces in a single collapsible component.
Dyer Brown has completed a new 10,800-square-foot office for Partners Capital Investment Group, an outsourced investment group which advises $24 billion in portfolios for endowments, foundations and high-net-worth family offices.
Demand for downtown workspaces is likely to pay off for developers building speculative office projects in Boston.
A 3.8-mile-long gated barrier protecting Boston Harbor from storm surges would cost up to $11.8 billion and prove less effective than shore-based resiliency strategies, according to a study by the Sustainable Solutions Lab at University of Massachusetts-Boston.