Commercial & Industrial
School leaders, parents and public health officials are staring at the fall with growing anxiety.
We’ve all been wondering about the future of work since quarantine began. But among the biggest casualties of coronavirus lockdowns and international travel bans has been business travel.
A recent capital improvement and renovation project at 81 Wyman St. in Waltham has received LEED Platinum certification for core and shell by the U.S. Green Building Council.
The land rush at Cambridge’s final development frontier shows no sign of abating, and city officials hope to leverage private investment into public benefits including new transit connections and park space.
For the first time in a generation, the suburbs are hot and the downtown Boston condo market is not, with unsold units piling up and the median sale price dropping. Is it simple caution caused by economic upheaval, or something more?
Priscilla Rojas is balancing her new leadership role at Boston’s powerful land-use agency, her career in the corporate world and longtime creative pursuits.
Three diverse development teams are seeking to build mixed-use projects in Roxbury’s Nubian Square, including proposals that include a public market, 14-story mass timber tower and sustainable designs that reduce urban heat island effects.
The former host of the A&E show “Flipping Boston” has launched a commercial real estate investment firm and announced a partnership with another reality TV figure.
The number of first-time unemployment aid claims crept up last week in both Massachusetts and nationwide compared to the prior week, hinting at ongoing volatility in the job market and continuing economic uncertainty more than four months into the pandemic.
Dunkin’ Brands Inc. expects to close up to 800 underperforming U.S. stores this year as it tries to shore up its portfolio in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Landlords who are unable to remove non-paying tenants due to a statewide moratorium on evictions and foreclosures face “potentially devastating” economic harm, an attorney argued in Suffolk Superior Court Thursday.
President Donald Trump amplified a message in a tweet Wednesday that is growing into a central theme of his reelection campaign against Joe Biden: an assertion that crime and chaos would ravage communities should the former vice president win the White House in November.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell warned Wednesday that the viral epidemic is endangering the modest economic recovery that followed a collapse in hiring and spending this spring.
Commercial landlords and nonprofits in 21 Massachusetts communities have a new option for financing energy-efficiency upgrades.
The Senate unanimously passed its version of a major economic development bill Wednesday night after adding measures dealing with zoning reform
Boston Properties executives are counting on a return to office work rather than a permanent shift to widespread work-from-home policies to stabilize the future of their 51 million square foot commercial real estate portfolio.
Underscoring the strength of the life science industry powering developments in Cambridge, Worcester, Boston and beyond, the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council said that the Massachusetts biopharma industry raised $2.1 billion in venture capital investment in the first half of 2020.
The state House of Representatives approved Gov. Charlie Baker’s zoning reform bill by a wide margin, as part of a must-pass economic development legislation which the Senate is scheduled to take up Wednesday.
Boston-based Samuels & Assoc. is proposing to redevelop a cluster of commercial parcels in the transforming Barry’s Corner section of Allston as a 270-unit apartment complex.
A Cambridge biopharma company that’s working on treatments for type 1 diabetes and cancer will occupy a speculative new life science development in South Boston.