Commercial & Industrial
During his State of the City speech on Tuesday night, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced the creation of a new Economic Development Center focused on connecting residents to better jobs, helping small businesses grow and improve public input in economic development and policy-making.
The owners of Time Out Market, have announced the lineup of vendors planned for the space, slated to open in the second quarter of 2019.
Voter Choice of Massachusetts has leased office space in Boston’s Downtown Crossing for its new headquarters.
The leader of the MBTA’s Green Line Extension project told T overseers Monday that the trolley service extension is about 60 percent designed and said he has not seen signs of possible snags on the horizon.
The conversion of the former Westborough State Hospital to housing is moving forward after national homebuilder Pulte Homes bought the property for $7 million.
Massachusetts employers gave a big “Bah Humbug” to the year-end economy as business confidence withered in the face of a government shutdown and the largest one-month stock market decline since the Great Depression.
The MBTA announced Orange Line delays Monday – not delays in subway service, but delays in beginning to get a fleet of 152 new Orange Line cars into passenger service on the T.
A 6 percent tax on real estate transactions of $2 million or more would subsidize affordable housing production under a new proposal by two Boston city councilors.
A Cambridge landmark that includes that Harvard COOP bookstore and cafe is under new ownership.
A 51,200-square-foot industrial/flex building in Marlborough has sold for $6.5 million.
The Worcester Redevelopment Authority is planning to move ahead with negotiations to lease space in the city’s Union Station to a “nanobrewery” and an arcade.
Diners in Boston’s Back Bay district are now enjoying creative Asian- and Latin American-inspired cuisine amid soaring arches in a double-height venue merging historic architectural detail and a tropical vibe.
What’s dozens of layers tall and will take many months to complete? It’s Boston’s newest skyscraper…
The National Grid labor dispute is drawing to a close, but the effects on real estate development in 85 Greater Boston communities are expected to linger throughout the year as projects that already have been delayed for months wait for hookups.
The state has strong fundamentals, but they are imbalanced. Much of the state’s recovery has centered around Boston’s job hub and the best-paying jobs are clustered inside 128. One-third of the state’s economy is gangbusters; the other two-thirds still sees challenges.
To understand why the Back Bay is such a highly desirable location for businesses of all stripes, you need to look beyond neighborhood’s high-profile towers, as impressive as they may be.
As urban design practice leader at Perkins+Will in Boston, Gautum Sundaram studies how projects from New England to Puerto Rico can fit into neighborhoods while withstanding the effects of climate change.
Developer Boston Properties took what many in local real estate circles considered to be a contrarian bet when it partnered with TD Garden owners Delaware North Cos. on a 1.9-million-square-foot development at North Station.
Onsite Builders and Development is proposing a 72-unit housing project near the West Roxbury Latin School.
One of Boston’s biggest office landlords has made a foray into the local multifamily market with the $123.25-million acquisition of a Jamaica Plain apartment tower.
This Week’s Poll
- Marlborough Industrial Building Sold for $6.5M
- These Vendors Will Anchor Landmark Center's New Time Out Market
- Santander Taps Athenahealth Manager to Lead Specialized Banking Group
- South Boston Office Building Sells for $33.5M
- Harvard COOP Property Sold to Florida Investor