Federal prosecutors have begun a criminal investigation into utility company NiSource Inc over gas explosions and fires in three Massachusetts communities that killed one person and injured at least 21 others in September, the company disclosed on Thursday.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has obtained a preliminary injunction and continued asset freeze against two individuals and their companies involved in a scheme that generated more than $165 million of illegal sales of stock in at least 50 microcap companies.
Another supermarket property owner is seeking to maximize the value of its real estate in Boston by replacing surface parking with multifamily housing.
A new high water mark for lab space has been set in the Greater Boston market, and it’s outside of the life science industry’s epicenter in Kendall Square.
CIEE appreciates this support that will enable us to establish a larger Boston-based staff, all working to fulfill CIEE’s mission to transform lives and build bridges between individuals and nations by promoting the exchange of ideas and experiences.
Architect and developer Sebastian Mariscal made headlines in 2013 when he proposed Boston’s first multifamily complex without on-site parking. Although the Allston apartment building failed to gain approval, the rationale for projects that rely on public transit has gained wider acceptance in just a few years. Mariscal’s firm is having more success with another wrinkle in multifamily design in Somerville.
Boston Volvo Village owner Ray Ciccolo has seen the Allston neighborhood surrounding his dealership change in just a few years from a gritty auto mile to an office and multifamily development hotspot.
High-end fitness concept Peloton is building a showroom in The Shops at Prudential Center in Boston for its first urban location in New England.
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.