Commercial & Industrial
A 500,000-square-foot office-lab tower will begin to rise in the Fenway this year following leases by a life science-focused venture capital firm and Cambridge biotech company.
A new early education center at 127 Harvard St. in Brookline will include a fourth-floor indoor-outdoor playground to comply with the town’s licensing requirements.
A $22 million loan from Rockland Trust Co. is kickstarting a mixed-income development including mixed-income housing and a new headquarters for Cruz Cos., one of the region’s largest minority-owned construction firms.
A third-party logistics company has leased nearly 116,000 square feet at Billerica Commerce Center, bringing the property up to full occupancy.
A Baker administration effort aimed at giving vocational training to 20,000 new workers over four years would begin with an initial class of just over 1,500 people and scale up gradually.
Comments lawmakers made Monday suggest that some members of that panel are split in their opinions of Gov. Charlie Baker’s proposal to make it easier for towns to OK housing developments.
An executive order by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is adding new requirements designed to weed out conflicts of interest for the city’s zoning board of appeal following a city hall employee’s recent conviction for taking a series of bribes from a developer.
From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.
A boutique Greater Boston developer plans to reboot a landmark Cambridge building into a 46,300-square foot mixed-use project including an extended stay hotel.
A developer’s plans for a $210 million South Boston tower could include a combined heat and power plant to offset its carbon footprint.
Harvard and MIT’s hometown will consider applications for recreational marijuana businesses after all.
A Boston-based condo developer has bought a Bay Village parking lot from Norwood-based National Amusements for $9.25 million.
Is it time to make burial arrangements for the latest would-be mega-development in Newton? It’s a fair question as a make-or-break vote looms on Northland Investment Corp.’s hotly contested plan to build a 23-acre, mixed-use oasis.
Say hello to Vinnie, an emerging soothsayer star of the construction industry. Arriving as soon as this fall, he will be able to predict when construction industry workers are about to engage in particularly risky behavior that may lead to serious work site injuries.
By combining research on sleep and circadian rhythms with design and technology, we think we can help people get all 40 of their well-earned winks by designing a better hotel room: The Dream Cabin.
Technology is constantly evolving, and it’s changing the way everyone works within the commercial real estate industry. When employed well, technology allows us to make better decisions and streamline processes.
Joe Finn thinks he’s found an inexpensive way to provide housing for Massachusetts’ homeless: modular microunits designed in cooperation with architect Marc Margulies.
When it comes to high-rise projects that have hundreds and hundreds of workers, the inconveniences and loss of productivity associated with individuals taking bathroom breaks starts to really add up. In response, Lendlease developed a new solution.
Boston University’s Center for Computing and Data Sciences has drawn comparisons to a monumental game of Jenga for its distinctive design, but its larger legacy could be serving as a model for sustainable buildings in an urban setting.
Vertex Pharmaceuticals will occupy all 269,000 square feet of office and lab space in phase two of Innovation Square, a development led by Related Beal in the eastern Seaport District.