Commercial & Industrial
A bank renovation project launched Gregory Minott’s entrepreneurial career at age 18 and piqued his interest in architecture. Now, leading Boston’s DREAM Collaborative, he’s trying to build new pathways for Black professionals in architecture and more inclusive city planning.
A major Medford landlord is building out spec lab suites in a 1989 office building, while another developer is proposing a speculative life science tower and city officials are reviewing zoning for taller building heights.
Cambridge-based Generation Bio will build out a cGMP facility in Waltham after leasing over 100,000 square feet from the developers that acquired the property in December 2020.
Some things about a property just linger around even after it’s been redeveloped, like the ghost of pizzas past.
The front-runner in the Boston mayoral race has big plans for transforming Boston. But big plans require big money – the kind only created by rising tax receipts from new development.
A 168-unit apartment complex approved under the Chapter 40B affordable housing law is set to begin construction in Woburn with developers targeting a completion date in late 2022.
Gov. Charlie Baker he stopped just short of saying that some kind of vaccination verification system – sometimes called a “vaccine passport” – will be coming to Massachusetts in a radio interview Thursday.
Responding to objections from North End residents and a city councilor, the developer of a proposed 140-room hotel unveiled redesigns and a restriction that only hotel guests be allowed to use the 285-seat rooftop restaurant.
A $1.5 billion investment from Brookfield Asset Management will fuel Boston-based life science developer King Street Properties’ expansion into new markets including the West Coast.
The 475,000-square-foot Sullivan Courthouse redevelopment in East Cambridge will be ready for occupancy in fall 2023 after the addition of a new investor, developers said.
Both candidates say they have taken top spots in the preliminary election to be Boston’s next permanent mayor, and their challengers have all conceded.
A 191-unit multifamily development behind the South Bay Center won plaudits as a model for environmentally-friendly designs amid a sea of asphalt-covered properties.
Passing a bill to spend some of the federal funding allocated to Massachusetts through the American Rescue Plan Act before the Thanksgiving holiday is a “reasonable” goal, House Speaker Ronald Mariano said Monday.
As it prepares to break ground on a $120 million development in downtown Quincy, developer LBC Boston is settling into a new home in the City of Presidents.
A real estate portfolio spanning nearly 10 acres in the transforming Quadrangle section of West Cambridge is under new ownership following a $180-million transaction.
From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s the latest edition of Banker & Tradesman’s Personnel File.
As congressional Democrats speed ahead this week in pursuit of President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion plan for social and environmental spending, including climate change mitigation and adaptation money, a Democratic senator vital to the bill’s fate says the cost will need to be slashed to $1 trillion to $1.5 trillion to win his support.
Boston-based Eastern Real Estate has sold a Malden property leased to a jet engine component manufacturer for $14.1 million.
Candidates for Boston Mayor are making a last pitch to voters ahead of the city’s preliminary election on Tuesday.
Dozens of commercial developers have shifted their focus to lab projects amid the boom, others see overlooked opportunities in the industrial market’s R&D and flex space.