Commercial & Industrial
Cambridge-based Foundation Medicine has signed the biggest commercial lease in Boston’s Seaport District in eight years, consolidating 1,100 employees at 400 Summer St. and giving new momentum to the neighborhood’s growing life science cluster.
A hotel, new Chinatown branch of the Boston Public Library and 171 income-restricted housing units would be part of a new South Cove development that fulfills Millennium Partners’ affordable housing obligations from its Winthrop Center tower.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh returned to Beacon Hill on Tuesday to testify before one of his former committees on a bill that would direct the state to provide low-income tenants who are facing eviction with a court-appointed attorney for the eviction proceedings.
Cain International is partnering with the local developers behind the $400 million Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences, which will replace the former Boston Common Hotel and Conference Center at 40 Trinity Place.
In the first eight days that Encore Boston Harbor was open, gamblers wagered more than $93.5 million on the slot machines alone at the Everett casino and the Wynn Resorts operation counted $16.79 million in total revenue, or more than $2 million a day.
With $49.3 million in affordable housing financing from MassHousing, WinnCos. will preserve affordability for lower-income households at The Tannery in Peabody for another half-century.
A 1-acre South Boston industrial property approved for 250,000 square feet of office and lab space has been sold to Tishman Speyer for a potential speculative development.
Multifamily housing may be dropped from the proposed redevelopment of the former Boston Edison power plant property, developers said as they prepare to submit revised plans to the Boston Planning and Development Agency.
A 129-unit, 55-plus luxury residential townhome community has been approved in North Framingham.
Banks, contractors and tech firms team up this week to support children living in poverty and LGBTQ youth.
Finance and real estate professionals are making moves and receiving recognition across Massachusetts this week.
Jonathan Davis has developed office buildings, lab space and multifamily housing in Greater Boston during up-and-down real estate cycles since the mid-1970s. In Davis’ view, the latest building boom has a key distinction that sets it apart from previous eras: demand for new commercial space and
Everett’s big win landing the Encore Boston Harbor casino promises to be a gift that will keep on giving for many years to come, with the resort set to become a player in the competition to host corporate meetings and conventions.
After more than two decades at 1 Post Office Square, tenant advisory brokerage McCall & Almy relocated on July 1 to 100 Federal St.
It’s the rare company that has not donated financially toward a community project, but the positive impact a local business can make by contributing in other ways can extend far beyond the occasional novelty check.
Downtown and transit-oriented workspaces remain in vogue. Life science is spreading to the Seaport. Class A office space is expanding in Somerville. And a giant blank slate awaits a verdict on its future on the East Boston-Revere border. Following a busy second quarter, commercial development in Greater Boston seems positioned to keep up its whirlwind pace for the remainder of 2019.
The lender behind the $155 million Suffolk Downs acquisition has made its second major deal in Greater Boston, furnishing a $140 million loan for a speculative office and lab building in Somerville.
Fidelity Investments will begin revamping its 750,000-square-foot Seaport World Trade Center office complex next year, consolidating office and meeting space and adding new outdoor amenities and retail space.
Monday is moving day for 250 lawyers and staff at a downtown Boston law firm that’s relocating to a more collaborative workspace in the Financial District.
Newton-based Kaplan Construction will lead a renovation and construction project for 229 units of mixed-income housing at the Holyoke Farms property in Holyoke.