Commercial & Industrial
Miamisburg, Ohio-based Caesar Creek Software has opened an office in Woburn for its first East Coast location.
As the front door to Malden Center gets a new look with redevelopment of the government center complex, Boston-based Berkeley Investments is positioning a nearby commercial property as a destination for office and data center tenants.
Nonprofit arts school South Shore Conservatory has acquired 135 Webster St. in Hanover for its third campus.
This week’s Personnel File is heavy with new hires and appointments, as seven financial institutions shore up their numbers. Several property and construction management firms also gained new employees.
The opening of Archer Hotel Burlington marks a significant milestone for this area and our collection, bringing Archer’s high-quality boutique offering and anticipatory service to a market that is mostly defined by traditional hotel experiences. It has been a well-received, welcome addition across the corporate, group and leisure travel segments.
There’s just one word to describe plans to build a bridge to reopen a homeless shelter on a real-estate-gold-mine of an island in Boston Harbor: Boneheaded.
Can America’s Technology Highway survive as an economic force in an era when employers are willing to pay big premiums for a downtown Boston address?
Boston’s 39-year-old Dock Square Garage would get a new facade and a 10-story addition under a proposal submitted by the new owners, New York-based Fortis Property Group.
Two JLL suburban leasing team veterans, Joe Fabiano and Michael Ciummei, have been named to lead JLL’s New England industrial practice.
The Boulevard, the first residential building to be constructed along Boston’s Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway since the dismantling of the elevated Central Artery, is on track for completion in August.
A two-building apartment complex in Winthrop has been acquired for $5.2 million.
The McLaren Boston auto dealership has acquired its property at 22 Pond St. in Norwell from Herb Chambers Cos. for $5.6 million.
Transwestern Partners Thomas Ashe and Robert Byrne have joined rival Cushman & Wakefield’s Boston office as executive director and managing director respectively, bolstering its downtown and suburban office leasing teams.
For decades, activists have fought to maintain public access to Boston Harbor as new office towers and residential high-rises cover once-neglected parcels.
Media conglomerate iHeartMedia Inc. has more than doubled its office and broadcasting space at One Cabot Road in Medford, signing a lease expansion with landlord Davis Cos. for 21,504 square feet.
Arbella Insurance, Erland Construction and Greylock Federal Credit Union are among the organizations making personnel announcements in this week’s roundup.
Burlington-based developer Nordblom Co. has filed plans to redevelop the Boston Globe’s former 16-acre property in Dorchester as “The BEAT (Boston Exchange for Accelerated Technology),” reconfiguring the 695,000-square-foot building as a multitenant space for the tech, life science and advanced manufacturing sectors.
Hundreds of municipal properties in Boston could be redeveloped with multifamily housing in a pilot program that could provide the added benefit of shielding firefighters from cancer-causing work environments.
Did one of the biggest decisions in Boston development history hinge on a tawdry deception?
MassMutual will add 1,500 jobs at its Springfield headquarters and another 500 at a new office building set to break ground at Boston’s Fan Pier development, while closing its Enfield, Connecticut offices that employs 1,500 people.
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Commercial and Industrial Top
- Former RE Agent Pleads Guilty to Larceny, Receives Two-Year Sentence
- Personnel File
- Driverless Cars Will Radically Change Real Estate
- Tewskbury FCU CEO Placed on Leave
- 10-Story Residential Addition Would Top Greenway Garage