Commercial & Industrial
A vacant industrial building in Newburyport has been acquired by an Ipswich company and is in permitting to open a cannabis cultivation facility.
Four industrial brokers, including NAI Hunneman’s Cathy Minnerly, have joined Colliers International Boston to expand its southwest team.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) has approved seven new development projects in the South End, Allston, Brighton, South Boston, Jamaica Plain and East Boston.
In this week’s Personnel File, banks, credit unions, residential realty offices and architecture firms grow their teams.
While implementation of the commonwealth’s recreational marijuana legalization has been slow, as of July 1, licensed facilities may now sell marijuana. Possession of marijuana remains illegal at the federal level, which creates some concerns for residents and landlords alike.
Comparable sales prices for new condominiums were hard to find as developer Lendlease began building its Slip 65 complex on a dilapidated East Boston waterfront parcel.
When he was in college three decades ago, Dave Dirubbo dreamed of building the small construction company he started with his brother Anthony into a thriving business. But after he was diagnosed with stage IV lymphoma, those dreams were put on hold.
Redevelopment of the former Boston Edison power plant in South Boston would get more parking and fewer housing units under an updated plan unveiled by developers this week.
A Saugus-based digital marketing agency has signed a large office lease in Wakefield for a new corporate headquarters.
MassDevelopment has partnered with The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod to provide Outer Cape Health Services Inc. (OCHS), a federally qualified Cape Cod community health center, with loan financing to renovate a Harwich Port building into a state-of-the-art health care facility.
In this week’s collection of good deeds, commercial real estate offices, banks and credit unions give back to their communities through grants, scholarships and volunteering.
The departure of GE Capital from a Connecticut office park will enable National Development to expand its senior living portfolio.
Cambridge Savings Bank will consolidate a pair of back offices in Cambridge and Arlington at a newly renovated property owned by Hobbs Brook Management in Waltham.
The real estate development group Beverly Crossing has opened its newest apartment community, Link480, at 480 Rantoul St. in Beverly.
With the future of a short-term rental regulation and taxation bill now uncertain, Airbnb on Wednesday released new data it said shows how the home-sharing platform can help teachers bring in extra income.
A 158-room hotel operated by Marriott’s Autograph Collection brand is welcoming its first guests this week at Somerville’s Assembly Row.
Boston-based law firm Burns & Levinson will move down the Greenway to another high-rise office tower, in a move that will provide a more collaborative workspace.
A new Allston-Brighton project called the Residences at Brighton Marine will be one of the largest veterans’ developments nationwide, according to a statement made by the architect on the project, The Architectural Team Inc.
Quarry Hills Residential Holdings LLC will develop an apartment community on Quarry Hills Drive in Quincy.
Lexvest Chapel LLC’s original loan has been supplemented by $1.45 million in additional funding from MassDevelopment.
This Week’s Poll
- New Apartment Community Comes to Quincy
- Forbes Ranks HarborOne Bank Best in Massachusetts
- BPDA Approves Seven New Development Projects
- Webster Bank Hires New CIO
- Apartment Community Opens in Beverly