Commercial & Industrial
Dignitaries gathered Wednesday to celebrate the start of renovations to Boston’s Armory Street Apartments in Jamaica Plain and the groundbreaking for a 349-unit housing development being built on adjacent city land.
Boston’s famed Taj Hotel, originally the Ritz-Carlton, is getting a renovation that will expand its rooftop restaurant and move the entrance to Newbury Street.
MassHousing has provided a total of $11.6 million in affordable housing financing to the nonprofit Retirement Housing Foundation for the renovation and preservation of two adjacent affordable housing communities in Orange.
Boston Landing’s next phase will include a 3,500-person-capacity concert hall managed by The Bowery Presents, an arm of Los Angeles-based promoter AEG that operates live music venues including the Sinclair in Cambridge.
A large affordable housing project could be coming to Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood, courtesy of the Pine Street Inn homeless shelter.
Boston’s biggest experiment with “co-living” is looking a bit more companionable.
Opening the door for a near-term debate over transportation and transportation financing on Beacon Hill, House Speaker Robert DeLeo said he is open to tax hikes or just about any other prescription to address the state’s critical needs – but he first wants to know what businesses will support.
Greater Boston lab rents are rising by double digits, as the region retains its position as the nation’s top life science market, according to a new report by CBRE.
Seven new retailers – including a Japanese purveyor of fish-shaped ice cream cones and a French creperie – are joining WS Development’s Boston Seaport District portfolio in the spring or summer of 2019.
In increasing numbers, senior citizens in Massachusetts are turning to assisted living or living at home with assistance, and those choices are exacerbating problems in the nursing home industry.
A new partnership between a major local event producer and Citizens Bank will result in a new name for one of the Theater District’s iconic venues.
Firefighters extinguished a blaze that broke out on the 25th story of a high-rise apartment tower at The Hub on Causeway at Boston’s North Station hours before Saturday night’s Bruins game.
Boston-based Berkeley Investments has picked JLL as office leasing broker for its 300,000-square-foot Exchange 200 project in Malden Center.
A Saugus construction company has been told to stop work on a site in its hometown.
In the 40 years since we were established by an act of the legislature, Massachusetts and the community development sector have changed tremendously, and so has CEDAC.
Beware of a business model that involves betting the house – or, in this case, the office tower – on the ability to push already sky-high rents ever higher, year after year, recessions be damned.
Sullivan & Sullivan Auctioneers founder Marianne Sullivan runs her business according to her own ethics, training her people to go above and beyond, and how to navigate the digital future of the commercial auction industry.
Well-situated Route 128 communities such as Burlington, Needham and Waltham have resuscitated moribund office parks with multifamily housing, restaurants and retail, enhancing their appeal to corporate employers tempted by downtown options. Can towns along the Interstate 495 belt duplicate their success?
Hobbs Brook Management will break ground this spring on 225 Wyman St., a 500,000-square-foot speculative office and lab project that will comprise the largest contiguous class A building on Route 128.
Even though there is much to fix in the world we are leaving to our children and our grandchildren, I remain optimistic. If there ever were a time in history for the design professions to step up, it is now.