Boston Planning and Development Agency directors gave the go-ahead for a three-tower project in Back Bay and 1.4 million square foot increase in previously approved commercial and residential space in the heart of the Seaport District.
MassDevelopment has provided a $10.9 million New Markets Tax Credit allocation to Artists For Humanity (AFH), a Boston nonprofit youth arts enterprise and one of the largest on-site employers of youth in the city.
New York-based HMC Real Estate has bought an 238,575-square-foot industrial building at 70 Turnpike Road in Westfield in its second Bay State acquisition.
Nauset Construction is applying the finishing touches to Hancock Estates, an 88-unit luxury apartment development in Chestnut Hill.
The jobless rate in Massachusetts tumbled to 3.7 percent in October as employer added 4,800 jobs last month, state officials reported Thursday.
Boston Global Investors, the development firm that led the master planning for the 6.3-million-square-foot Seaport Square development in Boston, has sold 55 Seaport Blvd.
Law firm Hinckley Allen has signed a 10-year lease renewal and 7,260-square-foot expansion bringing its occupancy at 28 State St. in Boston up to 52,665 square feet.
A Bahamian investment company has acquired a 90 percent interest in two parcels for $10 million on Commercial Wharf in Boston’s North End, where it’s signaled an interest in a “complex redevelopment plan” including the nearby Joe’s American Bar & Grill restaurant site.
A $19.3 million redevelopment of a 110-year-old historic mill in Ludlow has generated 75 new units of mixed-income senior housing that are already 100 percent leased.
The Travis Roy Foundation has opened a new headquarters at 101 Huntington Ave. in Boston’s Prudential Center after having received pro bono services from a group of companies in the real estate industry.
A Millennium Place luxury condo that was home to former provost Stephen Director has been sold for $2.2 million by Northeastern University, which held the mortgage on the Downtown Crossing unit.
Opportunities to acquire nearly 6 acres in Harvard Square and to redevelop Simmons College’s campus in the Fenway are setting off a spirited competition among developers and potential future institutional users.
Buildings from that period tended to be big boxes with very little daylight. We had to virtually turn the building inside out.
Rep. Stephen Lynch and arts supporters are urging Boston officials to require more parkland and performing arts facilities in the Seaport District where a developer seeks to build additional office space and housing.
ZRent, an independent division of Arlington-based Leader Bank, announced Opportunity Bank of Montana has joined the network as ZRent’s newest partner bank.
Redevelopment of the 161-acre Suffolk Downs property could include approximately 11 million square feet of residential and commercial development in East Boston, including a fast-tracked 500,000-square-foot office building if Amazon selects the site for its second headquarters.
The House on Wednesday approved a $244 million bond bill that directs $199 million to be spent on the design and construction of a new 154-bed Soldiers’ Home in Chelsea.
Island Creek Oysters has acquired an 11-acre waterfront property in Duxbury for a new consolidated headquarters including plans for new retail and research spaces.
A Worcester data company that uses predictive analytics to rate real estate properties in areas ranging from risk of fire losses to investment opportunities will move to new offices at Mercantile Center in downtown Worcester.
MassDevelopment has issued a $1.55 million tax-exempt bond for Venture Community Services, a nonprofit in Worcester County that provides advocacy and support to individuals with disabilities and their families.