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.
Stephen Prozinski has been named CEO and COO of NAI Hunneman, and will oversee the firm’s overall operations and property management division.
Nonprofit Camp Harbor View has leased 5,000 square feet at 46 Plympton St. in Boston’s South End.
A Greenfield woman pleaded guilty last week in federal court in Springfield in connection with concealing nearly half a million dollars from a federally insured financial institution.
Three Massachusetts men were charged last week in federal court in Boston in connection with a 10-year mortgage fraud scheme involving at least two dozen fraudulent loan transactions and $4.3 million in losses to lenders.
In this week’s Personnel File, banks, credit unions, real estate offices and design firms hire more talent across the state.
Heather Quintal is the fifth generation in her family to work with stone.
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.
The YIMBY revolution has finally arrived in Boston’s suburbs.
In about 10 years’ time, a completely new payment model built around QR codes has become the dominant payment alternative for the world’s most populous country – China.
Millennials are finally buying homes and applying for mortgages, with 23 percent of all newly originated mortgage dollars attributed to that generation.
Maybe there’s a better term than “speculative” to describe commercial development in Cambridge, where tech and life science tenants are eager to commit to office and lab space before shovels are in the ground.
Earlier this month, organizations and stakeholders from across the finance ecosystem came together for Boston Fintech Week, a volunteer-led, grassroots effort that put together 35 free events in Downtown Boston.
Back in the summer of 2017, federal regulators finalized a significant set of updates to the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rules.
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.
Last week’s groundbreaking at St. James Place, three blocks from the MBTA’s Porter subway and commuter rail station in Cambridge, is a “feel good” real estate story: a car wash and parking lot replaced by an attractive mixed-use development
Affordable housing is the next big frontier in health care, and community development practitioners are catalyzing the growing discussion on social determinants of health, defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as “conditions in the places where people live, learn, work and
Business lenders are accustomed to making loans secured by garden-variety assets such as accounts receivable, inventory and equipment, but sometimes they are called upon to make loans where the most valuable collateral is intellectual property, namely patents, copyrights and trademarks.
The amount of health care data generated every year is growing at an astronomical rate. According to Stanford Medicine, in 2013 there were approximately 153 exabytes of health care data generated globally.
This summer’s BIOInternational conference included lots of good news for the life sciences sector in Massachusetts.