Commercial & Industrial
Our traffic-clogged highways, stalled trains and loony home prices are taking heat for scaring Amazon away, and for good reason.
Amazon has passed over Boston in its search for a new headquarters. 🙁
In order to best support our diverse set of clients in their goals of successfully bringing new, innovative products to market, we needed to expand our corporate office.
Buried in the 2017 tax bill is a tax deferral and basis step-up provision aimed at luring investors to fund real estate development projects and new businesses in distressed, low-income communities.
A 20-year employee at Boston-based Icon Architecture, Kendra Halliwell is working with Berkeley Investments on a signature project in Sullivan Square, redeveloping the Graphic Arts Finishers’ property into 171 apartments.
After building pockets of hip amenities to attract growing companies and their Millennial workforces, developers are trying a more drastic and potentially capital-intensive strategy to fill up suburban office parks: pivoting to life science lab space.
Eight months after buying a vacant distribution center at Devens, Boston-based GFI Partners has secured a full-building lease to a growing e-commerce provider.
A partnership between developer Traggorth Cos. and Southwest Boston Community Development Corp. is bringing affordable housing to a transit-oriented site in Hyde Park.
Trillium Brewing Co. plans to acquire a 135,000-square-foot building at the former Reebok campus in Canton for a large beer hall and events facility, adding a new destination in the single-use office park on Royall Street.
After 125 years, Winchester Co-operative Bank is opening a new branch.
WorkBar is continuing its plunge into the North Shore.
Linear Retail Properties LLC has purchased a bundle of retail properties in Newton.
The number of single-family homes put under agreement in the month of October rose 9 percent over the last year, while condominium pending sales were down 5 percent over last year, according to the Massachusetts Association of Realtors.
East Boston Savings Bank has opened its 37th branch office in Burlington.
Amazon.com Inc. has selected New York and Northern Virginia for its second headquarters, ending a more than year-long contest that has seen frenzied bidding from locales across North America.
A Texas multifamily developer has paid $25.7 million for a Medford property recently approved for a 350-unit apartment complex.
A Massachusetts tech incubator that struggled to find tenants has closed after two years.
Framingham has chosen Zagster to run a new bicycle sharing service beginning next spring.
U.S. construction starts are projected to total $808 billion in 2019, essentially level with the current year’s pace of activity, according to a report by Dodge Data & Analytics.
Avison Young will acquire brokerage GVA in a deal that will position it as one of the five largest brokerages in the United Kingdom.
This Week’s Poll
- Linear Retail Acquires Newton Retail Portfolio
- Former State Street Executive Sentenced for Secret Trading Commissions Scheme
- Trillium Brewing Eyes Beer Hall at Former Reebok Campus
- Belmont Savings Provides Financing for Country Club Renovation
- Workbar Plans New Space North of Boston