Nine Gateway Cities will receive a combined $390,000 in MassDevelopment grants for programs ranging from lease subsidies to facade improvements designed to help downtown business districts bounce back from the COVID-19 business downturn.
Realtors, commercial landlords and credit unions distributed tens of millions of dollars in recent weeks to groups and organizations doing good in their communities.
The Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Massachusetts (HBRAMA) has inducted five new members into its honored rolls of “legends of industry.”
The historic Amrheins restaurant property in South Boston will be redeveloped as a mix of dining, office and R&D space under an 87,000-square-foot project approved by Boston Planning and Development Agency officials.
With business groups unable to keep a proposed surtax on incomes over $1 million off the 2022 ballot, opponents of the so-called millionaires tax are promising a strong electoral challenge.
Greater Boston moved closer yesterday to seeing its first completed bank merger of 2021 when the Federal Reserve Board approved Boston Private’s acquisition by the parent company of Silicon Valley Bank.
A listing for Scituate beach house has caught a wave of attention online this week thanks to an unusual quality: It’s literally on the beach.
HarborOne Bank has opened a new South Boston branch, the Brockton-based bank’s second branch in Boston.
Boston-based State Street Corp. has launched a new division focused on addressing the industry’s evolving shift to digital finance.
With a record number of retail bank customers using mobile apps during the past year, national banks saw increased customer satisfaction with these apps, while satisfaction with regional bank apps declined, according to a series of recent studies by J.D. Power.
President Joe Biden is pursuing “multiple paths forward” as he looks to muscle his big infrastructure package through Congress – dialing up lawmakers from both parties in search of a bipartisan deal while imploring Democrats to be ready to go it alone if necessary.
The lead Senate architect of the law made warned the Baker administration Wednesday he will be watching its implementation of a landmark carbon emissions bill closely, particularly the creation of a new building code meant to rein in the commercial real estate industry’s contributions to climate change.
HYM Investment Group is seeking to attract R&D and biomanufacturing in the first phase of the 5.7 million-square-foor Suffolk Downs redevelopment on the Revere portion of the 161-acre property.
A fourth large multifamily building planned for an industrial area just north of Boston is planned to break ground this summer after the permitted project was bought by major multifamily developer Greystar.
A group formed by a descendent of the man credited with inventing the first ATM has declared “World ATM Day” on June 27, and plans celebrations in honor of the machine.
As several regional and national banks reduce their branch footprints in Massachusetts and pending mergers likely to come with branch consolidations, the state’s community banks have been closing some branches as well.
Greater Boston grew its housing stock at by 6.2 percent over the last 10 years, according to new Census Bureau data analyzed by apartment rentals website Apartment List, but it wasn’t nearly enough to accommodate job growth over the same time period.
Leggat McCall Properties and DLJ Real Estate Partners are expanding their real estate footprint in Somerville’s Boynton Yards again with the $60 million acquisition of a pair of parcels including Riverside Properties’ 561 Windsor St. which is the home to Taza Chocolate and tech startups.
A rail extension linking the MBTA’s Red and Blue Lines could cost $850 million and take nearly a decade, according to new estimates presented to the T’s board Tuesday.
A day before lawmakers plan to vote on whether to put a constitutional amendment on the 2022 ballot to raise taxes on the wealthy, opponents are challenging the assertions by Democratic leaders that it could raise $2 billion for education and transportation with new research suggesting the tax would cost jobs and produce significantly less new revenue.