Commercial & Industrial
A private equity fund that specializes in acquisitions of hotels and resorts has bought Cambridge’s Hyatt Regency Hotel for $226.3 million.
Confidence among employers in Massachusetts continued its up-and-down trajectory in October, when the business community felt more optimistic about things.
Three developers involved in large commercial projects in Boston and Cambridge are in the running to partner with Harvard University on its Enterprise Research Campus in Allston.
Proposals are due Nov. 25 for real estate brokerages seeking to market Boston’s Hynes Convention Center for redevelopment.
An Andover flex facility being used as an advanced research facility has sold for $26.25 million.
Flooding isn’t the only threat Boston faces thanks to climate change: Extreme summer heat is in the forecast as the 21st century grinds on. In response, the Urban Land Institute is proposing a series of interventions to help area cities and developments cope.
A North Andover developer is kicking off permitting for a 84-unit apartment complex steps from the MBTA’s Newburyport commuter rail station.
A Philadelphia multifamily developer has begun leasing 65 units of affordable and workforce housing on Cape Cod in a project that received Community Preservation Act and MassHousing financing.
More Massachusetts retail plazas and malls will be losing longtime anchor stores by early next year as Sears Holdings Corp. closes 96 more Kmart and Sears locations across the country.
Senate leaders say a “major” bill that addresses clean energy, clean vehicles and buildings will “probably” come before the state Senate in January of next year.
Members of the banking and real estate industries were on the move in recent weeks. See who’s been hired and promoted in this week’s Personnel File.
Gov. Charlie Baker’s effort to sell off excess state-owned land for development has faced hurdles. Now, the administration is taking another crack at marquee real estate dispositions in downtown Boston.
At a time when hundreds of thousands of new homes, condos and apartments are needed to across the Boston area, our best hopes of building our way out of the housing crisis are dying a death of a thousand cuts.
A consensus is emerging: More revenue is needed to improve our infrastructure, but also should be designed to influence behavior with an overarching goal of getting cars off the road and increasing the use of public transit.
Boston is ranked No. 2 for investor demand by the Urban Land Institute and PwC, and the industrial sector is drawing increasing interest, as limited supply has rents soaring to record levels.
Akamai has opened its new 19-story, 480,000-square-foot headquarters in Cambridge’s Kendall Square following a more than $100 million interior buildout.
From banking to the building trades, many gave back to the community this week. See who did what!
Developers of two new condo projects in South End and Jamaica Plain have announced prices and begun presales in preparation for their completion in 2020.
Procter & Gamble is looking to shake up its real estate footprint in Massachusetts including its 34-acre Gillette World Shaving Headquarters campus in South Boston, which has been increasingly surrounded by booming development activity in the past decade.
Owners of a 7-year-old craft beer company are eyeing Somerville’s fast-transforming Boynton Yards neighborhood for their first brick-and-mortar location.