Commercial & Industrial
A 14-story office building in the heart of Boston’s financial district has been sold for $238.72 million.
A Lynn public art group is teaming up with the state’s development agency to fund a new, temporary waterfront park between the city’s ferry terminal and the Lynnway.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency Board of Directors approved development projects in neighborhoods across the city of Boston Thursday which will create an additional 73 residential units, including 10 income-restricted units.
The legacy of the late architect I.M. Pei stretches from west to east, from the Louvre museum to his native China, and includes several Boston landmarks that have shaped key parts of the city.
“Social consumption” marijuana businesses could be coming to a dozen Massachusetts communities under a pilot program approved by the state Cannabis Control Commission.
A day after academic experts slammed a plan to place a natural gas compressor station in Weymouth, energy giant Enbridge had its chance Thursday afternoon at an appeal hearing to defend its permit for a facility the company said would not cause significant or environmental health impacts.
Members of the banking and real estate industries donated time and money to make their communities better places in recent weeks, from reading to children to building houses with Habitat for Humanity.
An Allston micro-apartment building that’s been used as dormitory space by Boston University and Suffolk University for the last three years has been acquired by a Pennsylvania developer for $75 million.
A downtown Lynn apartment project has received a $3.7 million construction loan, arranged by NorthMarq.
Quincy-based affordable housing developer NeighborWorks Southern Mass and Kingston-based Housing Solutions for Southeastern Massachusetts are merging into one organization, NeighborWorks Housing Solutions.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a bill reaffirming the right of a Massachusetts tribe to hold land in trust, a crucial step to building a $1 billion casino.
MGM Springfield counted revenues of $21.82 million in April, a 15 percent decline from the roughly eight-month-old casino’s best revenue month in March according to numbers released by the state Gaming Commission.
A group of 11 House lawmakers testified together before the Labor and Workforce Development Committee Tuesday in support of a bill intended to discourage and penalize wage theft despite the death of similar bills in previous legislative sessions.
An office building just off Interstate 495 in Tewksbury has sold for $30.9 million to a Florida asset management firm.
Related Beal has acquired 6.5 acres of the Gillette campus in South Boston, in the second development site megadeal in a week for the Fort Point neighborhood.
As the state’s housing crunch rages on, opinion at Tuesday’s hearing on key zoning reform legislation is still split over whether the bill goes far enough to help those most affected by the situation.
Walmart is sharing new details of its plans to convert its 133,000-square-foot Worcester Sam’s Club into a new e-commerce distribution center.
A marketing company will relocate to Boston’s Center Plaza after leasing 7,164 square feet from landlord Synergy Investments of Boston.
Frustrated with a recent series of announcements, Boston-area employers are growing impatient with the MBTA and demanding that it consider “bolder solutions,” including farming out capital spending oversight to a new entity.
Pfizer’s campus in North Andover is expanding with the completion of its new 175,000-square-foot facility for developing and manufacturing complex biologics and vaccines.