Commercial & Industrial
The field of Greater Boston lab developers is widening. So who are they? What are their strategies? And who have they hired to execute their plans?
This question is of special significance with the emergence of new COVID-19 mutations and variants that can be more easily transmissible or deadly. Whether you’re a bank CEO or the property manager of an office park, this has immediate implications for you.
A 75,000-square-foot lease by fitness equipment manufacturer Peloton has brought National Development’s 61 Leona Drive property up to 100 percent occupancy.
There’s seemingly a new lab project under construction on every street corner in Boston and Cambridge, with everyone and their brother looking to cash in on the life-sciences boom. But there are growing signs a backlash is brewing.
Architects predict a post-COVID transition to more flexible office spaces with “morphable floors.” That’s inspired a few nostalgic coworkers.
Almost a month after Gov. Charlie Baker returned sweeping climate legislation to lawmakers with a series of recommended amendments, House Speaker Ronald Mariano said he’s willing to work with the governor on some technical changes but will “not back down on our ambitious emissions reduction targets.”
The Baker administration has been quietly planning for a permanent “hybrid” work model for as much as half of the state workforce, and over the course of 2021 will be redesigning office space and equipping employees with the technology to support the effort.
Apartment rents dropped by double digits in many high-priced Boston neighborhoods in 2020 amid a rate war as tenants opted for suburban locations for savings, according to a new report.
John Barros, until recently Boston’s top economic development official, has entered the increasingly crowded field of candidates vying to replace Mayor Marty Walsh.
The team that acquired the 19-acre Widett Circle property in Boston last year is leaning toward industrial uses for the redevelopment of the site near I-93, including a potential Amazon warehouse and other distribution tenants.
One construction worker was killed and a second was critically injured in Cambridge on Wednesday morning when a section of the concrete stairwell in a city-owned parking garage collapsed, authorities said.
A Federal Reserve survey of business conditions across the United States has found that economic activity was expanding at a modest pace in February.
A Cambridge-based energy company that’s collaborating with Massachusetts Institute of Technology on climate change-fighting technology will occupy a new 160,000-square-foot manufacturing facility developed by King Street Properties of Boston at Devens.
Thousands of small businesses have received hundreds of millions of dollars in state recovery grants since December, helping them to pay the rent and make payroll, but one top House Democrat said Tuesday he’s worried many of these businesses owners might not know what’s coming – a tax bill.
A development firm co-founded in 2020 by a former Encore Boston Harbor lobbyist unveiled plans for a 21-story residential tower and rooftop restaurant run by the Strega restaurant team.
A Northborough life science facility leased to Sanofi Genzyme has been acquired by a joint venture of Wheelock Street Capital and Camber Development for $33 million.
Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone announced Monday that he will not seek reelection.
The head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention doubled down Monday on her warnings against rolling back COVID-19 restrictions at the state level, while Gov. Charlie Baker expressed confidence that his plan to loosen economic reopening rules is...
After landing Amazon as anchor tenant for a speculative distribution center project in Northborough, developers are putting the 600,000-square-foot facility on the market.
Larry Gottsediener, chairman of Newton-based Northland Investments, is now the owner of a professional sports team.