Commercial & Industrial

Personnel File

Personnel File

From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.

Will the Suburbs Step Up?

Will the Suburbs Step Up?

Housing experts, developers and business leaders have high hopes that the recently passed Housing Choice Act will boost housing construction in Massachusetts, reversing a decades-long decline in the number of units built each year in the Bay State.

A Northern Heading for Business Growth

A Northern Heading for Business Growth

Massachusetts’ North Shore, a bubbling biotech, microelectronics and industrial tech hub, presents several desirable characteristics for companies looking for new headquarters and manufacturing expansions.  

Hot Property: Hyatt Regency Boston/Cambridge

Hot Property: Hyatt Regency Boston/Cambridge

A property-wide renovation project is under way at Cambridge’s largest hotel, the 479-room Hyatt Regency, including an updated lobby, updates to 25,000 square feet of meeting and event space and a new bar and restaurant named Paperback Tavern.

Nubian Square Move Offers Path to Stability

Nubian Square Move Offers Path to Stability

The technical school had been poised to stabilize its finances through the sale of its century-old home in South End to developer Related Beal, while building a new facility in the emerging business and arts cluster in Roxbury, according to designs reshaped by the pandemic.

It’s Time to Curb the Economic Development Racket

It’s Time to Curb the Economic Development Racket

The all-out scramble to lure GE’s headquarters to Boston still sticks in my craw. Five years on from that debacle, there’s a budding campaign to officials from throwing away our hard-earned tax dollars on such dubious corporate recruiting campaigns.

Raising the Bar for Development Investment

As former Massport security official Herby Duvernéhis Boston-based development firm, RISE Together work to develop projects from Haverhill to downtown Boston, they’re seeking out new investors from diverse local communities who haven’t traditionally been part of real estate projects.  

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