Commercial & Industrial
Would you have any recourse if you win a money judgement against a business whose owner quickly files for bankruptcy and starts a new business under a similar name, using the same assets to provide the same services to the same customers?
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh made a tough, but ultimately correct, call last week to hold firm on the city’s coronavirus construction freeze.
MIT Federal Credit Union’s new Lexington headquarters spans 25,000 square feet of renovated space at a Lexington office building redesigned by Boston-based architects Dyer Brown.
What does an MIT professor, an African American-owned cleaning company, a Chinatown affordable housing project and a 1.4 million-square-foot tower in Downtown Boston have in common? The answer: everything.
At a trash-strewn vacant lot in Roxbury’s Fort Hill section, Boston design-build firm Placetailor and architects Generate Technologies are making a bid to revolutionize how buildings are built in Massachusetts.
Taylor Cain, the new, 30-year-old director of Boston’s Housing Innovation Lab, sits at the head of a team piloting a range of ideas for how to meet the city’s huge housing challenges.
Now, more than ever, we must work to balance the complexity placed on those spaces, especially those that could see hundreds of people each day passing through.
Our lack of medical preparation has now put us on our economic heels. One way out is an emergency income that lets us put the outside world on pause.
The governor’s calm, no-nonsense approach hits just the right notes amid the overload of emotion and fear generated by this deadly virus’ arrival on our shores.
The 28 Austin mixed-use development transformed an municipal parking lot into 68 apartments and 5,000 square feet of retail with two innovative strategies: modular construction and grassroots support.
Acting swiftly in an extraordinary time, the House rushed President Donald Trump a $2.2 trillion rescue package Friday, tossing a life preserver to a U.S. economy and health care system left flailing by the coronavirus pandemic.
In the face of surging coronavirus cases in New York City and elsewhere around the world, Gov. Charlie Baker is asking all visitors to Massachusetts and all travelers returning to the state to self-quarantine for 14 days.
Commercial landlords will get a tax break on building upgrades under the $2-trillion stimulus package awaiting final approval by the U.S. House of Representatives.
The state’s income tax deadline has been extended after days of speculation whether Massachusetts would follow the federal government’s lead.
Public construction projects statewide will be brought to a temporary halt Friday while contractors review site-specific issues, develop mitigation strategies and communicate to workers about new state guidelines for construction work during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Charlie Baker said in a Thursday afternoon press conference that local officials had to be satisfied they had the capacity to enforce safe work sites before they could lift construction freezes.
A report says Boston’s lodging market has been among the nation’s hardest-hit by the coronavirus epidemic, and the effects could linger for years similar to the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks and 2008 financial crisis.
Concerns are growing about what will happen to low-income renters and homeowners when the immediate coronavirus crisis is over.
More than 3 percent of Massachusetts’ pre-coronavirus workforce has filed for unemployment in the last two weeks according to new figures released by the U.S. Department of Labor Thursday morning.
Gov. Charlie Baker has issued a new directive that would allow shuttered construction sites across Boston, Cambridge and Walpole to start up again.