DPS Group and Hodess Cleanroom Construction have completed a cell therapy manufacturing facility for Mustang Bio at UMass Medicine Science Park in Worcester.
A landmark office tower that demonstrated the staying power of Boston’s Financial District following the departure of law firm Goodwin for the Seaport District has a new set of owners.
Boston-based Longfellow Real Estate Partners is making a $321 million bet on the future of life science in the San Francisco area with a minority investment in a nearly 1-million-square-foot tech park.
One of the Seaport District’s remnants of affordable office space is expected to be sold to a national real estate investor for over $90 million late this year.
A major commercial landlord in Harvard and Davis squares has landed another top-shelf local portfolio.
A Hanover developer that owns 33 hotels in 12 states is the new owner of the Harbor Hotel in Provincetown.
Studio Allston, a boutique hotel in Allston, has completed five new suites designed as immersive works of art.
A positive outlook and a ready gift of gab have served John Dolan well as a commercial real estate broker and an announcer for teams ranging from the Boston College football squad to the New York Knicks.
While commercial developers move forward with large indoor concert halls in the Fenway and North Station, a study has concluded that prospects for enhancing Boston’s community arts venues are growing dimmer.
After renovating a World War II-era office and manufacturing building and attracting new tech and life science tenants, Cresset Development has sold a Watertown property for $62.5 million.
A former car wash is the newest transit-oriented multifamily development to hit the market in East Cambridge, touting its proximity to life science and medical job clusters.
A new luxury residential high-rise in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood has lined up a tenant for half of its retail space.
“The opportunity is to lease this extraordinary real estate that’s incredibly high quality and to show how that can be reimagined and multitenanted.”
When Josh Levy co-founded Waterstone Properties Group in 2004, the Needham-based development company focused on pure retail investments.
With its aspirational Instagram feed and sun-splashed apartments, a $160 million residential tower at Northeastern University resembles one of Boston’s new luxury high rises competing for urban professionals’ housing budgets.
Verizon Inc. will reserve five floors for incubators and tech accelerators as it opens a new 450,000-square-foot office at The Hub On Causeway in 2021.
A pair of nonprofits are partnering on plans for a 19-story mixed-income project on the edge of Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood, which is battling displacement from short-term rentals and luxury housing.
In order to best support our diverse set of clients in their goals of successfully bringing new, innovative products to market, we needed to expand our corporate office.
A 20-year employee at Boston-based Icon Architecture, Kendra Halliwell is working with Berkeley Investments on a signature project in Sullivan Square, redeveloping the Graphic Arts Finishers’ property into 171 apartments.
After building pockets of hip amenities to attract growing companies and their Millennial workforces, developers are trying a more drastic and potentially capital-intensive strategy to fill up suburban office parks: pivoting to life science lab space.