Commercial & Industrial
Callahan Construction Managers has resumed site work in West Roxbury at the site of an 254-unit apartment complex being developed by Lincoln Property Co.
State and federal officials have not settled on a preferred design for a years-long megaproject in Allston, and are extending the review process to further analyze possible construction layouts and to allow more time for public feedback.
A partnership of Wheelock Street Capital and The Seyon Group has made its 27th acquisition of industrial real estate, paying $30.1 million for a Peabody warehouse.
The developer of an 18-story office building in Boston’s Seaport District is adding lab-ready designs to reflect the changes COVID-19 has forced in the commercial real estate market.
Callahan Construction Managers has completed a 90-unit assisted living and memory care facility for LCB Senior Living in Hingham.
Worcester officials say a planned five-building development accompanying the under-construction Polar Park AAA baseball stadium will be delayed by a year or more and will lose about half its hotel rooms.
New York City developer SilverBrick Group is proposing to buy a Worcester office building from downtown landlord Commerce Assoc. and convert it to 312 units of housing.
While the banking and real estate industries may have played substantial roles in perpetuating racial inequalities in America, that doesn’t mean firms today have to resort to charity to help heal those wounds.
Four companies have signed leases for 75 Hayden Ave., a 214,440-square-foot life science facility at the Hayden Research Campus in Lexington.
In a decade of commercial real estate success in Boston, the Roxbury neighborhood has lagged seriously behind. Could that be changing?
In Boston, apparently, city officials would rather take the inevitable traffic that will come from Amazon’s push to speed up deliveries while skipping the jobs it would come with.
A nonprofit development team has unveiled its vision for transforming a portion of one of Boston’s public housing complexes into a mixed-income development, adding 437 apartments in seven new buildings.
Massachusetts employers added 51,600 jobs in August as the statewide unemployment rate dropped nearly 5 percentage points, bucking a two-month trend of the Bay State bearing the highest jobless rate in the country.
A husband-and-wife team that operates a commercial kitchen in Somerville’s Union Square will bring a restaurant and shared culinary workspace to the new Graphic Lofts development in Charlestown.
There are more than 300 more active cases of COVID-19 in Massachusetts this week than there were last week and the rate at which new cases are being diagnosed continues to outpace the rate at which people are recovering.
Developers and public entities can tap into $3 million in funding for site preparation in the latest round of the state’s Site Readiness Program, which provides funding for land acquisition and soft costs related to projects.
The MBTA has made progress increasing the amount it spends on maintenance and modernization, but a business group warns in a new report that funding shortages on the horizon could create a “potentially devastating outcome for public transit.”
Commercial real estate and development experts said they are confident that the pandemic won’t spell the end of the development boom in and around Boston, but they said they are keeping their eyes on consumer and workforce trends that might reshape their industry.
A pending change in the state building code is prompting developers to embrace timber construction for new multifamily projects, including a new proposal for a 34-unit apartment building in Roxbury.
Texas-based developer Criterion Development Partners has bought a trio of industrial parcels on the Somerville/Boston line for $10.3 million.