Law firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius has extended its lease for over 200,000 square feet at One Federal St. in Boston, a 1.1-million-square-story office tower owned by Tishman Speyer.
Boston Properties has kicked off permitting for a redevelopment of a prime Kendall Square property to accommodate Google’s expansion in the Cambridge tech hub.
New details are emerging on the next high-end apartments in Boston’s Seaport District, a 388-unit complex being developed by Miami-based developer Crescent Heights.
Two projects totaling $1.2 billion that will bring 831 more high-end condominiums and apartments to Boston’s Seaport District are marking construction milestones.
A newly formed board of directors will oversee $1.5 million in annual contributions to the new Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Business Improvement District.
One of the ground rules for multifamily development in Boston is that market-rate projects are required to subsidize affordable units, which otherwise might never get built because of insufficient financing.
MassDevelopment directors have approved $30 million in I-Cubed funding for infrastructure related to the $854 million Hub on Causeway development at Boston’s TD Garden.
A Boston-based startup that’s developed a tenant services mobile app for some of the region’s largest commercial landlords is set to double its workforce after receiving $6.6 million in venture funding.
Washington, D.C.-based Carr Properties has joined a union pension fund as an investor in One Congress, a planned 1-million-square-foot office tower at the Government Center garage property redevelopment known as Bulfinch Crossing.
You could fit more than 30 microapartments inside the largest penthouse on the market in Greater Boston.
A new luxury apartment complex on the Revere waterfront has been sold to a South Carolina investment firm for $89.25 million.
A Norwood medical building anchored by Steward Health Care has been sold for $23.5 million.
AmeriCann is beginning construction on its Massachusetts Medical Cannabis Center in Freetown, which will manufacture and process marijuana products for the expanding Bay State medical and recreational market.
Woburn-based Cummings Properties has sold a 5-acre parcel at its Dunham Ridge campus in Beverly to a Peabody company for a new headquarters and manufacturing facility.
A New Hampshire manufacturer of precision tools used in the semiconductor and electronics industries will open its first Massachusetts location in Andover.
Hobbs Brook Management is the latest developer targeting the central Route 128 submarket for growth in the office and life science sectors, as it begins marketing a new 507,000-square-foot building in Waltham’s Hobbs Brook Park.
A merger between the second and sixth largest employers in Massachusetts’ all-important life science industry typically would cause indigestion in commercial real estate and economic development circles.
Veteran brokers Tom Ragno and Stephen Lynch met for breakfast at Denny’s in Lexington, trying to hash out a stalemate over an office lease negotiation in downtown Boston.
Cambridge-based architects SMMA came up with a creative way to add more than 900 structured parking spaces at Charlestown’s Hood Park while preparing for a future in which cars are no longer king.
Boston-based Samuels & Assoc. is joining the development team for Washington Village, a $400 million multifamily project at 235 Old Colony Ave. in South Boston that’s yet to break ground since gaining final approvals in 2016.