Commercial & Industrial

New Luxury Projects Rise Amid Aging Housing Stock

New Luxury Projects Rise Amid Aging Housing Stock

It wasn’t all that long ago that Boston’s luxury housing ecosystem centered on Back Bay and Beacon Hill. Now, competition with lab developers has ushered in a new crop of submarkets for high-end housing – including some that might surprise you.

As Rates Rise, Condo Market Loses Momentum

As Rates Rise, Condo Market Loses Momentum

This year got off to a strong start and we even had a scattering of suburban-esque bidding wars, but it hasn’t been all fun and games for every developer. However, a significant decline in transaction volume in luxury neighborhoods is cause for concern.

Boston’s High Spine Has a New Neighbor

Boston’s High Spine Has a New Neighbor

Boston is a city rich with history. For many, this is what makes it so special. So developing a new luxury tower at the intersection of two historic neighborhoods came with its own set of challenges and unique solutions.

Hot Property: Cambria Boston Somerville

Hot Property: Cambria Boston Somerville

Online arts magazine Vanyaland will produce a series of live performances and has curated playlists from local musicians in the common areas and private function rooms at Somerville’s newest hotel.

The Personal Touch in High-End Design

The Personal Touch in High-End Design

His architecture firm has grown to more than 30 employees and expanded its commercial work, but David Hacin likes to keep a hand in the design of Boston’s distinctive residences.

MBTA, Developer Trade Blame Over Tunnel Damage

MBTA, Developer Trade Blame Over Tunnel Damage

MBTA shuttle buses are replacing Orange and Green Line service in portions of downtown Boston and Cambridge after the transit agency said the Bulfinch Crossing development has caused structural weakness to the underground tunnels.

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