Brookfield Asset Management is the winner of a bidding war for a 152,102-square-foot office building in Boston’s Fort Point.
Edgewater Properties has launched a substantial renovation program for 16 MICA, creating an 18,183-square-foot office building near the junction of Route 128 and the Massachusetts Turnpike in Wellesley.
Job growth in the life science and e-commerce sectors spurred some of the decade’s largest lease deals in Greater Boston during 2018, sweeping aside notions of a real estate cycle that’s run its course. The space crunch reflects another big year for the office market, with 2 million square feet of positive absorption in Boston.
Haemonetics Corp. is the latest South Shore company to relocate its headquarters to Boston and has put its 17-acre properties on Wood Road in Braintree on the market.
Responding to demand for life science startup space in Cambridge, Alexandria Real Estate Equities has opened a 20,000-square-foot incubator at its One Kendall Square property.
French drugmaker Sanofi Genzyme will become the largest commercial tenant at the 4.5-million-square-foot Cambridge Crossing development, firmly establishing the 45-acre site as a major life science and tech cluster.
Five years after acquiring a 252-unit apartment complex in Lowell, Boston-based Taurus Investment Holdings has sold the property for $42.4 million to a Los Angeles investor.
Part of Millennium Partners’ affordable housing obligation from construction of its $1.3-billion Winthrop Center skyscraper in Boston’s Financial District will support development of a 152-unit apartment and condo tower in Chinatown.
Visitors to the First Church of Christ, Scientist’s property in Boston will notice some subtle changes to its iconic reflecting pool and plaza next spring, but the most dramatic updates are taking place beneath the surface.
Wayfair’s lease of 300,000 square feet at St. James Ave. in Boston will enable it to expand its Back Bay workforce to 10,000 – along with another 300 at a new sales and customer service center in Pittsfield.
Atlantic Management’s decision to retain the Necco factory as industrial space reflects the sector’s sudden resurgence in Greater Boston.
When you have a 90-day lag between the deal and getting something signed, there’s always the risk that transactions die. That’s where Gabriel Safar hopes LeasePilot can help.
Industrious has opened a 28,711-square-foot co-working space at 100 Summer St. in Boston’s Financial District.
A speculative Seaport District office tower that attracted headquarters locations by Alexion Pharmaceuticals and PTC has been sold to Norges Bank Real Estate Management and American Realty Advisors for $455 million.
As South End emerges as one of Boston’s office development markets, a longtime landlord has hired an outside broker for the first time to market three availabilities in the SoWa submarket.
Cambridge-based developer Urban Spaces has obtained permanent financing for a speculative office building that’s scheduled to accommodate online marketplace CarGurus’ expansion.
Hexagon Properties has completed a $17.5 million acquisition of the Algonquin Club of Boston’s Back Bay property, after gaining approvals last summer to update the 132-year-old social club.
The future of the former Necco factory in Revere is coming into focus as the new owners seek to fill the 829,000-square-foot facility with industrial, life science or R&D tenants.
As South Boston’s 191-acre Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park attracts more life science and robotics firms, three-quarter-acre site on Drydock Avenue is being offered up for redevelopment.
Weston-based Charles River Watershed Assoc. has floated two proposals for the Frontage Road site, including a no-build option that would restore the property as a wetland that could absorb stormwater and harbor flooding.