Commercial & Industrial
A new market-rate housing development is moving forward in an area the city of Pittsfield has targeted for future development.
A majority of Massachusetts residents believe that if the MBTA sharply cuts back on services to balance its budget next year those commuting options will not return after the state’s economy fully reopens, according to a new MassINC poll.
President-elect Joe Biden swung behind a bipartisan COVID-19 relief effort Wednesday and his top Capitol Hill allies cut their demands for a $2 trillion-plus measure by more than half in hopes of breaking a months-long logjam on the issue.
The regional economy continued its plodding recovery during October and into November but persistent uncertainty fogs a cautiously optimistic outlook for the coming months.
A giant vacant mill at the center of legal disputes and dreams of future redevelopment for a Central Massachusetts mill town will be leveled to entice future development.
Needham-based Atlantic Retail will merge with retail brokerage and property management firm The Dartmouth Co., the two firms announced today.
With a second surge of COVID-19 transmission still underway as the holiday season begins, Gov. Charlie Baker brushed away “rumor-mongering” that the state will soon tighten restrictions but flagged clusters in houses of worship as a growing concern.
Top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell said he’s largely sticking with a partisan, scaled-back COVID-19 relief bill that has already failed twice this fall, even as Democratic leaders and a bipartisan group of moderates offered concessions in hopes of passing pandemic aid before Congress adjourns for the year.
A North Shore single-tenant grocery store property leased to Whole Foods has sold to a local buyer.
The second-in-command at Massachusetts’ commercial real estate trade group is leaving the organization for a new job in Florida.
According to the Retailers Association of Massachusetts, 26 percent of its members reported selling on the internet last year, double what it was nine months ago.
After buying a collection of parcels in Malden Center for $12 million in January, Boston-based Quaker Lane Capital has filed plans to develop an office building on the site.
The raging coronavirus pandemic kept crowds thin at malls and stores across the country on Black Friday, but a surge in online shopping offered a beacon of hope for struggling retailers after months of slumping sales and businesses toppling into bankruptcy.
A shuttered Massachusetts mall is being considered as a site to hold jury trials when they resume early next year, officials say.
Worcester’s Greendale Mall won’t wind up as Central Massachusetts’ latest mixed-use destination, after all: Owner Finard Properties is proposing to replace it with a distribution facility, instead.
While 2020 has been downright disastrous in so many ways, it has truly excelled at delivering a bumper crop of big, fast juicy gobblers to skewer, from doomed projects to idiotic proposals.
For years, Massachusetts has been renowned as the best place in the world for the life sciences. To keep it that way, we must foster the growth of mini-biotech clusters statewide.
You can’t swing by someone’s office on Zoom. On a more basic level, human beings need personal interaction and crave personal connection.
Stephen Pleines founded Boston-based Eastern Land Co. in 2018. The Newbury Street brokerage represents such tenants looking for new locations as ATI Physical Therapy and juice bar CocoBeet, along with landlord representation.
An already strong industrial real estate market in Greater Boston got even stronger in 2020 as a result of a highly unlikely and generally unwelcome development: A pandemic.