Commercial & Industrial
The Skating Club of Boston has completed the sale of its 2-acre Brighton property to a Boston developer as it prepares to relocate to Norwood.
AEW Capital Management is expanding at the Seaport East office tower after signing a new 12-year lease.
A state agency has leased 7,686 square feet at Worcester’s Mercantile Center for new offices.
The Worcester Redevelopment Authority is poised to vote tomorrow to approve Gilbane Building Co. and AECOM Hunt as the project managers for the city’s newest professional sports facility.
Four Maynard office spaces have been leased to a sporting goods retailer, a medical data firm, a cable television provider and a robotics design firm.
Members of the banking and real estate industries were on the move this week. See who got promoted and hired.
While engaging in the most rapacious forms of profit mongering are apparently fine off-island, Nantucket apparently has a very different code for what’s allowable on this playpen for the fabulously rich.
A Massachusetts regulation stating that no two digital billboards may be erected within 1,000 feet of one another set up a race between competing billboard companies that owned abutting land.
Careful, dear. Your MAGA is showing.
Boston-based developer Bulfinch is building out the final phase of the 27-acre Cambridge Discovery Park with construction of a speculative, 270,000-square-foot lab building and 383-space parking garage.
The lack of housing is now approaching crisis level. The number of communities with median prices above $1 million has doubled in the past decade. As a result, the shortage of workforce housing is now a significant threat to our economic growth.
The market remains firmly tilted in sellers’ favor, but is beginning to show signs of a correction while two record-setting ultra-high-end condominium developments scheduled to open this spring in Back Bay and asking prices for Boston condos continue to rise.
A new report from the Eos Foundation offers a damning critique of many organizations that serve as the public face of Massachusetts’ leading industries.
After sitting vacant for decades amid failed redevelopment attempts, the Alexandria Hotel in Boston’s South End is due for a makeover and expansion.
Construction of a cultivation facility generating 7,500 pounds of marijuana flower and 400,000 infused products is on track for a summer opening in southeastern Massachusetts.
North Shore business leaders frustrated at “last mile” gaps between the MBTA’s current routes and job centers are considering forming their own transit agency.
As part of a compromise to have a lawsuit against it dismissed, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission agreed to exclude certain information its investigators gleaned about allegations involving former casino magnate Steve Wynn from its forthcoming investigative report and will return some of the documents it obtained.
A historic Worcester shoe factory is set to become a self-storage facility.
Organizations representing Massachusetts’ business community, including the banking industry, have come in for criticism from a new report on leadership diversity in the state from the Boston-based Eos Foundation.
A lender that provided a mortgage for 220 acres of development sites at Union Point took possession from master developer LStar Ventures on Wednesday, submitting the high bid of $18 million at a public auction.