Commercial & Industrial
Congress is at a crossroads in the coronavirus crisis, wrestling over whether to “go big,” as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants for the next relief bill, or hit “pause,” as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell insists.
When evaluating a store’s safety measures, consumers said cleaning protocols and the presence of masks and other barriers were most important to making them feel safe shopping there.
Only two-thirds of travelers surveyed said they would return to Cape Cod this summer, when local officials hope much of the popular tourist destination’s hospitality sector is up and running in some form after pandemic-driven shutdowns.
A former textile mill-turned-office complex in Wakefield is set to be converted into transit-oriented housing.
The coronavirus crisis appears to have caused a dramatic slowdown in rent growth in Greater Boston according to new data from the Zillow Group.
As a result of the coronavirus crisis, the Cape hospitality industry is now looking at possibly the greatest year-over-year plunge in business in recent memory, as state social-distancing restrictions put a damper on business.
Biotechnology company Platelet BioGenesis’ new headquarters is located in a growing life science cluster in East Watertown.
We are proud to say this is a truly comprehensive bill – it provides protections for a range of interests, including renters, homeowners, landlords, small businesses and local nonprofits.
Hotels throughout New England are normally preparing for their peak season this time of year. Unfortunately, 2020 has been anything but normal.
We only have a short period of time to ensure that renters, landlords and homeowners do not face a financial cliff when the moratorium ends.
Today, all metrics for hospitality have been turned upside-down. In the era of COVID-19, size still matters but now it is the smaller that is better.
During this time of uncertainty, what we can focus on is how to make hotels safer and healthier in a post-COVID world.
Since Gov. Charlie Baker declared the COVID-19 emergency on March 10, recent legislation and court orders have effectively suspended eviction actions in Massachusetts.
A growing coalition of tourism officials is seeking to create a new dedicated source of revenues, and the power to spend them on ad campaigns and promotions.
As horrendous as the coronavirus pandemic has been for so many in Massachusetts, it also represents an opportunity to build better infrastructure. The real estate community has an important role to play in making that happen.
In Headquarters Hotel LLC v. LBV Hotel LLC, a court ruled that a buyer rejected an offer by refusing to execute a confidentiality agreement required by the seller as part of the offer under a right of first offer provision.
The immediate past chair of the Massachusetts Lodging Association board of directors, Dan Donahue is president of Saunders Hotel Group, giving him a front-line view of how the crisis is changing the hospitality industry.
Despite the uncertain fallout for the housing market, one thing is not likely to change: The Bay State’s dubious title as one of the most expensive places in the country to buy a home or condominium.
A 222-unit Chelsea apartment complex has received $59 million in permanent financing from an affiliate of New York-based Arbor Realty Trust Inc.
Completed in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Luke’s Hospital’s new $14-million intensive care unit incorporates the latest health care designs including universal private rooms and a video monitoring system to support patient-nurse communication.