Commercial & Industrial
A trophy four-building portfolio in the heart of the Newton Highlands village has sold for $11.5 million according to information filed in the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds.
New investors in the South Station air rights tower could enable developer Hines to break ground on a 2.7-million-square-foot mixed-use project next year.
Transit access has for some years meant Greater Boston home sellers and commercial landlords alike could demand a premium for their property, but a new study from the National Association of Realtors has quantified just how much as the area’s roadways began their slow descent into sclerosis.
A historic Salem diner threatened by expansion plans at Salem State University could find a new home as a rooftop eatery in the city’s downtown.
A newly-completed retail building in East Cambridge has been sold for $11.2 million to a Needham-based investor.
Worcester’s tallest building, the 24-story Worcester Plaza, has sold for $16.5 million, according to filings in the Worcester Registry of Deeds.
Amesbury-based The Provident Bank faces a big day Wednesday, when its long-planned effort to go fully public will culminate in a stock offering.
Developer Center Court Partners’ Archer Residences will bring 62 condos with 57 different floor plans to a pair of former Suffolk University buildings steps from the Massachusetts State House.
A Boston City Council member is warning that lessons from development in the city’s seaport area must be heeded as Suffolk Downs is redeveloped in East Boston, and calling for a major overhaul of the city’s planning and development agency.
If WeWork’s IPO troubles turn into bankruptcy and departure from the scene at the same time as a broader economic downturn, the downtown commercial real estate market could take a dramatic turn, researchers warn.
If Boston City councilor and apparent mayoral wannabe Michelle Wu thinks condo prices and apartment rents are bad in Boston today, she should wait until her new, suburban-style planning board takes charge.
Despite how much Boston’s two leading politicians might wish it to be so, luxury product’s large share of the housing units built in recent years cannot be blamed on a caricature of “the greedy developer.”
Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu wants to make kindling out of the Boston Planning & Development Agency in the wake of a recent bribery scandal.
Boston is a world-class city with strong economic fundamentals that is now enjoying robust growth. But there is a housing crisis here, and we need to look at many different tools to fix the problem. Maybe it’s finally time to stop building one zoning decision at a time.
Construction company Bond has completed the $35 million Leo J. Meehan School of Business building at Stonehill College in Easton, equipping it with cutting-edge technologies.
The new owners of a 6.5-acre property along Boston’s Fort Point Channel plan to build 1.1 million square feet of housing and commercial space on one of the Seaport District’s prime development sites.
Longtime Boston Housing Authority Administrator Bill McGonagle, who rose from janitor to the top of the authority, has died.
An investment firm that has snapped up three Greater Boston industrial-flex buildings so far this year added another two to its portfolio in recent days.
Members of the real estate and banking worlds gave back to their communities in a wide variety of ways in recent weeks.
An office tower that’s recently attracted new tech, life science and coworking tenants has been sold to Rockpoint Group, in its second big-ticket acquisition in downtown Boston in the past month.