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.
Aaron Hernandez’s home has been sold for $1 million, about $300,000 lower than the asking price.
Commercial real estate concentrations at banks and credit unions are becoming a frequent topic of discussion during regulatory exams, according to a poll conducted by North Carolina-based financial information company Sageworks.
Mortgage applications increased 3.1 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending November 10, 2017. This week’s results do not include an adjustment for the Veterans’ Day holiday.
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.
The list of projects Massachusetts leaders would spend money on if they had it are endless, and yet available resources are finite, as officials have noted during recent rounds of budget tightening efforts. But what if there was $18.3 million in untapped revenues waiting to be accessed?
Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank purchased the former bank branch building located at 1582 Iyannough Road in Barnstable.
Freddie Mac announced its re-entry into the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) market. LIHTC, the leading federal program for encouraging the investment of equity in affordable rental housing, will support the creation and preservation of affordable rental housing for low- and very low-income households.
It’s all about helping out for the holidays in this week’s Community Good Works.
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.
With the announcement Wednesday that Richard Cordray would resign from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the agency is undoubtedly headed in a new direction.
A Chelsea man dubbed the “Spelling Bee Bandit” pleaded guilty today in federal court in Boston to four bank robberies.
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.
Since the Dodd-Frank Act was first enacted, banks and credit unions of all sizes have been clamoring for relief from a law they deem to be costly and burdensome. Their calls may soon be met with action.
Nationwide, 4.6 percent of mortgages were in some stage of delinquency (30 days or more past due, including those in foreclosure) in August 2017, according to a report released today from property information provider CoreLogic.
A former Army Reservist has pleaded guilty to stealing six machine guns and 10 handguns from a U.S. Army Reserve facility, escaping from federal prison and attempting to rob two banks.
Media watchdog organization Media Matters for America yesterday reported that several companies announced they would no longer run their ads during Fox’s Sean Hannity Show after his interview with Roy Moore, the Republican candidate for senator from Alabama.