People remember locations that display creative work – building lobbies, conference rooms, public parks – places that offer a pleasant respite. The right combination of art affords the chance to rest your eyes and transport yourself to another world, even for just a few moments.
WeWork’s troubled IPO isn’t slowing its expansion in Boston, with plans to lease approximately 87,000 square feet at a downtown tower.
A former Boston real estate official agreed to serve up to 57 months in prison after pleading guilty to taking a $50,000 bribe from a developer in exchange for influencing a Boston zoning board of appeals vote.
A Somerset man pleaded guilty in federal court in Springfield yesterday to illegally participating in a loan with a financial institution.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency Board approved a 247-unit, transit-oriented apartment complex planned for the Readeville section of the city’s Hyde Park neighborhood, along with two other projects, at its Thursday night meeting.
The billionaire casino developer who has been pushing for years to build a casino in Brockton suggested that he will drop his efforts after the Massachusetts Gaming Commission determined Thursday that it will not reconsider its 2016 denial of his Brockton casino bid.
After landing big leases from Amazon and Foundation Medicine for new office buildings in Boston’s Seaport District, WS Development is seeking approval to accommodate more commercial tenants.
Transit advocacy group Transit Matters offered a detailed proposal Thursday for how the MBTA could improve service on the commuter rail system without having to invest $3 billion expanding South Station.
Rezoning of the Stuart Street corridor in 2016 continues to encourage development proposals in Boston’s Back Bay, including newly released plans for a 300-room hotel on Stanhope Street.
Credit unions and banks, long at odds over the differing regulations they face, renewed sparring Wednesday over several bills that industry leaders on either side claim gives the other an unfair advantage.
A Washington, D.C. real estate investor has acquired the 112-unit Cordis Mills apartment complex in Millbury for $17.5 million from R.H. White Cos.
An Andover office building near the intersection of Interstates 93 and 495 has sold for $8.27 million.
One of the largest industrial businesses in Worcester’s growing Canal District has officially opened a just-completed cold storage facility in a nearby neighborhood.
The high-occupancy vehicle lanes, or carpool lanes, north and south of Boston are not really what they’re cracked up to be.
Jamaica Plain’s red-hot real estate market will claim a neighborhood landmark with the departure of Doyle’s Cafe, a Washington Street fixture since 1882.
The first major office development completed in Boston’s Seaport District following the ecoomic downturn of 2008 is up for sale by the original developer, The Fallon Co. of Boston.
Housing activists are looking to pro-development candidates in Cambridge’s November election following the city council’s decision not to act upon a proposed citywide affordable housing overlay district.
A long-running debate over the state’s estate tax revived on Beacon Hill as the Revenue Committee took up bills Tuesday calling for reforms or outright abolition of the levies charged when assets are passed along following a person’s death.
Trump administration officials on Tuesday defended their plan to Congress for ending government control of mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, clashing with Democratic senators on whether the change would raise home borrowing costs and neglect lower-income homeowners.
Every element of Massachusetts employer confidence is lower than it was a year ago after a tumultuous August of escalating trade tensions sank business sentiment, an Associated Industries of Massachusetts survey found.