Commercial & Industrial
A tough problem faced by a New Bedford beef jerkey manufacturer shows courts will enforce contracts formed by email, but only if certain conditions are met.
While most are now competing on the battleground of customer experience, there are very few industries, like real estate, that have the potential to impact people’s happiness and productivity around the clock.
An exciting building will soon rise over Commonwealth Avenue, which could offer some key clues for a real estate industry looking to adapt to climate change.
In a decade, Rachel White went from a customer of Newton-based design-build firm Byggmeister, whose background includes a Ph.D. in religious studies, to its CEO.
While Newton residents get ready to vote on March 3 whether to reverse their city councilors’ approval of a large development along traffic-clogged Needham Street, the Baker administration this week announced a $396,500 grant to the city to pay for two key traffic fixes in the area.
A pharmaceutical company that recently relocated its headquarters from West Cambridge to Lexington is leasing another 61,000 square feet in a neighboring building.
A proposed office-lab tower that’s drawn criticism from Fort Point residents has been redesigned with a new brick base to match the historic architecture of the former industrial neighborhood.
Major Route 128 landlord Hobbs Brook Management is expanding its holdings in the area by more than 187,000 square feet.
The new owners of a Back Bay parking lot are proposing a five-story building to tap into the neighborhood’s high-rent office and retail markets.
A 39,000-square-foot industrial building in North Andover has been sold to a purveyor of baked goods.
A development team say they have found a way to turn a sloping, triangular parcel crammed between a busy road, a supermarket and a cemetery into housing.
The master developer of one of Massachusetts’ largest open-air shopping centers has sold two components of the master-planned development to a Texas investor for $83 million.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says the city’s construction boom is bearing fruit in the form of slower rent increases.
A Montessori-inspired daycare center will occupy the entire first floor of The Rand, a condo development by Cambridge-based Urban Spaces and StoneRiver Properties.
An online marketplace for impact investors looking to put money into “smart growth” opportunity zones has launched featuring seven Massachusetts communities, including Boston and Salem.
Average apartment rents in Waltham registered the largest increase among Massachusetts cities, according to a new survey of multifamily properties by Rent Cafe.
Dozens of public housing authorities across Massachusetts are sharing about $88 million in federal grants to help improve their properties and make them more livable.
Pier 1 Imports Inc., the once-trendy supplier of home goods like papasan chairs and throw pillows, filed for bankruptcy protection Monday after years of sliding sales.
The Senate “will be doing a housing bill, a comprehensive housing bill,” Senate President Karen Spilka said.
It’s pretty clear MGM’s nearly $1 billion casino is not living up to boosters’ expectations. But the massive gambling and entertainment complex has still put one of the state’s poorest cities, back in the game.