Commercial & Industrial
Federal officials are not ready to issue an approval for the Vineyard Wind offshore power project, which may affect the project’s timeline.
Calyx Peak has received approval for a marijuana cultivation and manufacturing facility on Pullman Street in Worcester.
For three Sundays this summer Newbury Street will become a pedestrian walkway closed to vehicles, allowing for an unusually leisurely stroll down one of the city’s most famous streets.
An 11-acre Shrewsbury property anchored by a Price Chopper supermarket has been acquired by a Winchester investor for $19 million.
A Marlborough industrial portfolio has sold for $18.1 million.
A Cambridge biotech startup is moving to Cummings Properties’ TradeCenter 128 complex in Woburn as it prepares to begin clinical trials next spring.
Residential rents in the city of Boston have risen by 6 percent in the last 12 months to $2,400 per month, according to a new report by apartment listing service Zumper.
Construction of a 77-unit waterfront condominium project at the Hingham Shipyard property has completed with 70 percent of the units presold.
Ridership on the MBTA’s Red Line dropped by about 10 percent in the week following a derailment in June that destroyed key signal equipment at the JFK/UMass station.
Real estate and mortgage data tracking company The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman, is now offering mortgage data nationally, which will give lending professionals an expanded understanding of where they stand and how they are performing in the national mortgage market.
The governor and House speaker each have a similar plan to provide $1 billion over 10 years to help cities and towns prepare for and adjust to climate change, though the speaker wants to borrow the money while the governor is proposing a specific tax increase to fund his program. At a hearing Monday, activists and lawmakers suggested a third option – how about doing both?
Members of the banking, legal and real estate industries were on the move in recent weeks. See who’s been hired and promoted in this week’s Personnel File.
Millennium Partners seeks to build 900,000 square feet of office and research space in one of the “signature redevelopment parcels” within South Boston’s Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park once linked to a proposed Seaport gondola.
A portfolio of three industrial properties on the outskirts of Greater Boston has sold for $43.3 million.
Miami-based developer Crescent Heights bills NEMA Boston as the city’s “smartest” new address, loaded with high-tech perks such as algorithm-dispatched elevators, interior LTE antennas and convertible furniture by Boston-based startup Ori Inc.
A three-term city councilor challenging Attleboro Mayor Paul Heroux for his seat has released a plan calling for the city to take an aggressive role in redeveloping the city’s downtown, focused on six key parcels.
State Street Corp.’s recent decision to sublease two of its four Quincy office buildings totaling nearly 390,000 square feet shakes up a suburban submarket that’s been the heart of the financial service provider’s back office presence in Massachusetts. Will new projects Dorchester draw away tenants?
Winthrop Sargent has had many jobs throughout his career. He has worked as the owner of a consumer products company, a senior consultant at an accounting firm and a contract CFO. The head of Winthrop Capital Advisors is also a member of the South Shore Economic Development Corp. and is trying to raise the area’s profile.
Executive architect Dyer Brown of Boston collaborated with Tokyo-based designer Noriyoshi Muramatsu on the design of Zuma Boston, a new izakaya-style Japanese restaurant in Back Bay.
If a high school headmaster can be chosen to lead a prominent community bank, Massachusetts companies have few excuses for not having a better record on workplace diversity.