The departure of GE Capital from a Connecticut office park will enable National Development to expand its senior living portfolio.
Cambridge Savings Bank will consolidate a pair of back offices in Cambridge and Arlington at a newly renovated property owned by Hobbs Brook Management in Waltham.
A 158-room hotel operated by Marriott’s Autograph Collection brand is welcoming its first guests this week at Somerville’s Assembly Row.
Boston-based law firm Burns & Levinson will move down the Greenway to another high-rise office tower, in a move that will provide a more collaborative workspace.
Watertown-based engineering firm VHB is the newest tenant leasing office space at Worcester’s Mercantile Center redevelopment.
Leominster-based Green Leaf Construction has completed a renovation project for the Christopher House of Worcester, a 150-bed rehabilitation and skilled nursing center in the city’s Belmont Hill neighborhood.
When Laura Portney graduated from Clemson University, she faced a pivotal decision: pursue her master’s degree at Boston Architectural College, or enter the workforce full-time at architects Prellwitz Chilinski Assoc., Portney chose to do both.
Is a gritty industrial corridor in South Boston destined to become the next Ink Block-style development cluster?
A Waltham real estate investment firm has acquired the Fairlawn Apartments, a 347-unit apartment complex in Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood.
Danvers-based developer Kavanagh Advisory Group has submitted plans for another major project in Boston’s Seaport District, rebuilding the Wharf 8/Pier 7 site near the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion for a 122,500-square-foot commercial development.
MassEcon has added four commercial properties including the 440,000-square-foot former Weetabix complex in Clinton to its “ReadyMass 100” list of prime sites that are ready for quick occupancy by large tenants.
As the former Arsenal Mall in Watertown is partially demolished to make way for the mixed-use Arsenal Yards development, one question remains unresolved: what’s happening to the old Boston Garden scoreboard that used to hang above the mall’s food court?
A topping-off ceremony was scheduled today for the 742-foot Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences at One Dalton St. in Boston’s Back Bay, a luxury condominium and hotel tower developed by Carpenter & Co. of Cambridge.
The developer of a large multifamily project in Readville has submitted a revamped proposal that eliminates 157 apartments and adds 128 condominiums in one of four buildings.
Multifamily developers could build smaller housing units and fewer parking spaces beginning this fall, offering potentially significant project cost savings as the city prepares to embrace the microapartment movement.
An office and data center in Andover has been sold to an affiliate of Menlo Park, California-based Menlo Equities for $15 million.
MIT’s 1.8-million-square-foot Kendall Square development has landed its first tenant at 314 Main St., a 17-story building scheduled for completion in 2020.
Verizon will relocate and expand its East Coast Innovation Center from a Waltham office park to Boston’s North Station in 2021 after leasing 440,000 square feet at The Hub on Causeway office tower, the state’s top economic development official said today.
Cushman & Wakefield will represent Workbar in its expansion, as the Boston-based coworking provider seeks to add new locations in both downtown and in the suburbs.
Verizon will be anchor tenant of the The Hub On Causeway, leasing nearly 439,000 square feet on the 15th through 31st floors of the 31-story office tower rising next to TD Garden.