Commercial & Industrial
As the Boston construction moratorium lifts, a development team is breaking ground on a 64-unit project testing the East Boston luxury condo market.
TJX Cos. plans to reopen all 1,600 of its stores nationwide, as soon as local government regulations allow.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Thursday announced the city was taking steps to help restaurants as they try to reopen, from removing or streamlining what his office called “outdated” regulations to creating a process to increase outdoor seating.
Silicon Valley and Seattle giants – Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Twitter – were the first to send their employees home as the virus spread to the U.S. Now they’re among the last to return them to the office. Some of their employees might never go back.
Following a shift to work-from-home routines, U.S. office workers are ready to embrace permanent flexible schedules as the new workplace norm.
While investor activity in Massachusetts’ life sciences sector is generating new demand for tens of thousands of square feet in Cambridge, the state’s broader biopharmaceutical sector could emerge from the coronavirus pandemic weaker than some may assume.
Two days after telling some types of businesses how they could reopen after a prolonged public health closure, Gov. Charlie Baker on Wednesday emphasized that there’s no need for any company or religious institution uncomfortable with the idea of reopening to come back to work right away.
Another 38,000 Massachusetts residents filed first-time jobless claims for the week ending May 16, bringing the total number of first-time jobless claims filed since March 15 up to just shy of 30 percent of the state’s March workforce.
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An office-warehouse building near I-93 in Stoneham that’s leased to Beth Israel Lahey Health has been acquired by Framingham-based Calare Properties for $12.85 million.
Pier 1 Imports plans to close the eight stores it operates in Massachusetts as it prepares to wind down operations nation-wide.
The Housing Committee plans to accept written testimony on Thursday on a bill that would authorize state- and city- level freezes on rent increases during the COVID-19 state of emergency.
Online sales at Target more than doubled as the pandemic put millions in lockdown during the first quarter, revealing further the critical role big box stores played in getting supplies to an immobilized population.
Two leading Democrats criticized Gov. Charlie Baker’s reopening plan Tuesday with one calling it “too soon” and the other saying aspects left him uncomfortable.
Boston-based developer and contractor Cruz Cos. has been given the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business of the Year award.
Large-scale construction sites in Boston began reawakening this week but with new rules that could delay project completions in the first phase of Gov. Charlie Baker’s reopening plan for the Massachusetts economy.
An industrial property in Medway has changed hands for $18.6 million.
Contract manufacturer WuXi Biologics has formally signed a lease for a 107,000-square-foot facility in a new biomanufacturing park in Worcester.
Massachusetts construction sites and manufacturing facilities will be allowed to resume operations as soon as they adopt strict new cleaning and distancing standards announced today by the Baker administration.
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