Commercial & Industrial
A $53 million permanent loan from MassHousing will be used to renovate the 181-unit Villa Victoria’s Viviendas apartments in Boston’s South End.
MassDevelopment has issued a $4.6 million tax-exempt bond for Plenus Group Inc., a family-owned manufacturer of soups, sauces and gourmet frozen foods based in Lowell.
The state’s new vehicle inspection technology landed with a thud when the Registry of Motor Vehicles rolled it out earlier this month, leaving hundreds of service stations unable to participate in the program that regulates vehicle safety and emissions.
The Baker administration announced the launch of the new Mass.gov website, redesigned to better meet the needs of thousands of constituents visiting it on a daily basis.
Longtime renters in the Boston’s Fenway neighborhood have felt the squeeze from rising rents and conversion of apartments into off-campus housing.
Speaking at a conference in Boston Friday, Eric Rosengren said he also expects current low inflation, the main factor that could hamper projected interest-rate hikes, to get much closer to the Fed’s 2 percent target next year.
Trinity Financial’s Boston East mixed-income rental complex has opened its temporary marketing center at 80 Border St. and begun preleasing 200 mixed-income units on the East Boston waterfront.
Chelmsford isn’t the only Boston suburb struggling to fill vacancies in aging office buildings, but this Merrimack Valley community of 34,000 has been more responsive than most in positioning commercial properties for quick and flexible redevelopment.
Steve Samuels has put his stamp on the Fenway neighborhood as developer of apartments, the Verb Hotel, office space and now the neighborhood’s tallest residential tower, the 30-story Pierce Boston, which has pre-sold 60 percent of its condominiums.
The benefits of this revitalization will extend beyond the brick and mortar for years to come. Our city has shown tremendous leadership in planning for a strong economic future with collaborative initiatives such as Imagine 2030. As building owners and developers, we must challenge ourselves and do our part, in partnership with the city.
Cape Cod has long been a tourist destination. Even so, there was always a sizable year-round population of regular folks – some newcomers drawn by booming restaurants and hotels, others with roots stretching all the way back to the Pilgrims.
Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone’s proposal for “Amazon On The Orange Line” is adding a last-minute wrinkle to Greater Boston’s attempts to lure the online commerce giant’s second headquarters.
Boston-based LDJ Development LLC has acquired 190 High St. in Boston’s Financial District from longtime owner KFDA for $6.2 million.
Erland Construction has completed a new mixed-use residential development in downtown Waltham.
In this week’s Community Good Works, kids across the commonwealth will get a big boost, thanks to a myriad of organizations donating to schools and child development programs.
Light vehicle manufacturer Piaggio Fast Forward has signed a lease expansion at RS 56, Paradigm Properties’ office complex at 52-56 Roland St. in Boston.
The Massachusetts State College Building Authority has selected Walsh Brothers Inc. to provide preconstruction and construction management services for the renovation of Fitchburg State University’s Carmelita Landry Arena.
Life science researchers are gathering in Burlington today to hear about the latest advances in areas such as genome editing, big data and STEM education.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker says his administration is committed to an Obama-era effort to limit carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants.
Unlike the state partnership with the city of Boston that helped lure General Electric to the capital city, Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday it would be a “mistake” for his administration to pick sides among communities attempting to attract Amazon’s second national headquarters to Massachusetts.
- Dire Housing Shortage For Cape Residents
- Somerville Adds New Wrinkle To Amazon Pitches
- Merger May Be On Horizon For Dedham Savings
- A Test Of Suburbs’ Resiliency
- Century Bancorp Continues To Grow C&I Lending
- $53M Upgrade Planned For South End Property
- Housing Credit Availability Index Down In Second Quarter 2017
- Lowell Food Producer Receives Financing For Manufacturing Expansion
- Transpo Officials Learning From Bumpy Rollout Of Inspections Technology
- Morgan Stanley Smashes Estimates On Strength In Wealth Management