Developer Jay Doherty spent approximately three years negotiating with a trio of commercial property owners in West Cambridge’s Alewife neighborhood before closing on an $80 million acquisition of nearly 12 acres in August.
A speculative life science complex in Watertown that demonstrated the industry’s willingness to grow in Boston’s inner-ring suburbs has been sold for $157.6 million.
The new owners of commercial properties on Western Avenue in Allston are teaming up with Boston-based developer King Street Properties on plans for a large life science complex and multifamily housing.
One of the region’s largest life science developers has acquired a sought-after development site in Cambridge’s Kendall Square for $50.5 million.
Boston had the third-strongest office market absorption in the U.S. during the second quarter, reflecting e-commerce firm Wayfair’s big expansion in the Back Bay and continued growth of the co-working sector.
After redeveloping a Fort Point warehouse into a 120-room extended-stay hotel, Norwich Partners has sold the Residence Inn Downtown/Seaport for $77 million to a South Shore real estate firm.
Australian developer Lendlease is teaming up with a pension fund with plans for a $2 billion develop-and-hold multifamily pipeline in Boston and four other high-priced U.S. real estate markets.
Marriott’s Autograph Collection of boutique hotels has opened its newest property at Somerville’s Assembly Row.
Jeremy Fried was ready for a career change while building on his experience as a commercial broker in the Boston suburban markets.
Northland Investment Corp. has taken the long view as it weighed its development options in Newton Upper Falls.
Tamara Small has been the commercial real estate industry’s leading voice on Beacon Hill in her role as senior vice president of government affairs for NAIOP Massachusetts.
A Boston developer is evaluating options for nearly 12 acres in Cambridge’s rapidly changing Alewife neighborhood after completing an $80 million acquisition.
A new Seaport District office building fully leased to Cengage Learning and Boston Consulting Group has been acquired by a California investor for $450 million.
The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund has made another investment in a high-end Boston office property, buying a 49.9 percent ownership in 501 Boylston St. in Back Bay.
A venture capital-backed Chinese biotech company recently occupied a new 4,500 square foot lab in Woburn as it ramps up hiring for its cancer research efforts.
A vacant industrial building in Newburyport has been acquired by an Ipswich company and is in permitting to open a cannabis cultivation facility.
Four industrial brokers, including NAI Hunneman’s Cathy Minnerly, have joined Colliers International Boston to expand its southwest team.
It is incredibly exciting to see this level of interest for One and Three Burlington Woods, particularly from growing tech companies. Burlington continues to prove itself as a desirable suburban destination for companies of all types and sizes
Comparable sales prices for new condominiums were hard to find as developer Lendlease began building its Slip 65 complex on a dilapidated East Boston waterfront parcel.
Redevelopment of the former Boston Edison power plant in South Boston would get more parking and fewer housing units under an updated plan unveiled by developers this week.