Commercial & Industrial
A 300,000-square-foot mixed-use redevelopment including office, data, R&D and retail space has kicked off at 200 Exchange St. in Malden, thanks to a $61 million Deutsche Bank loan.
A new, multimillion-dollar initiative from three major city hospitals that sees affordable housing and eviction as public health issues has the potential to radically change Massachusetts’ housing conversation for the better. The commercial housing industry should get involved to make sure it has a seat at the table.
Climate Ready Boston projects that by the year 2070 the temperature may reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit almost every day of the summer in eastern Massachusetts. The buildings and systems that we have created over the past 100 years were not designed to deal with such conditions.
Is that a money tree growing on the Millennium Tower’s penthouse terrace?
Greater Boston’s position as one of the priciest rental markets in the U.S. appears secure, even as developers add more than 5,000 new apartments to the local inventory this year.
Presales have begun at a 212-unit condominium development at the site of a former Canton copper foundry, where Paul Revere fabricated the original panels for the Massachusetts State House dome.
The near-omnipresent congestion on Massachusetts roadways has now reached a “tipping point” where access to employment is strained and meeting statewide greenhouse gas emissions targets is growing more challenging, according to a new report from the Department of Transportation.
Leasing at downtown Worcester’s first luxury apartment complex has stabilized and the large project has filled up.
A fight between the Boston City Council and Mayor Marty Walsh over appointments to the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals could threaten the city’s humming pace of development.
From hosting a construction play day to raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for cancer research, Massachusetts’ banking and real estate industry gave back to the community in a wide range of ways recently.
Redevelopment of Revere’s former Wonderland greyhound racetrack property could be around the corner with the selection of a brokerage to market the 34-acre site.
A Pfizer spinoff has leased nearly 60,000 square feet at Cambridge Crossing, which has now leased 1.3 million square feet to office and lab tenants.
If the MBTA wants to expand or electrify its bus fleet, which carries one in three of its riders and on which many have pinned their hopes for congestion-defeating transit improvements, it needs to come up with around $1 billion or more. Commercial real estate development could provide that cash, a new report suggests.
Life science developer Alexandria Real Estate Equities is on the verge of acquiring a prime site near Amazon’s Seattle headquarters for a tech campus.
MGM Resorts filed a lawsuit Wednesday challenging the federal approval of a deal that would allow Connecticut’s two Indian tribes to open a third casino in the state, just across the state line from its newest facility.
Three major Boston hospitals announced a $3 million partnership Wednesday aimed at increasing housing stability among Greater Boston’s renters and urged the commercial housing industry to join their efforts.
Avison Young has appointed a former Cushman & Wakefield executive to head its New England operations.
Turner Construction and Boston-based Janey Construction Management will partner on redevelopment of Fidelity’s 750,000-square-foot Seaport World Trade Center.
Wynn Resorts may own over a dozen acres around its massive Encore Boston Harbor casino in Everett, but the company is going to be cautious about how it converts the sprawling apron of auto body shops, parking lots and a popular roast beef eatery into an entertainment district to compliment its core operations.
Berkeley Investments has begun a 300,000-square-foot speculative redevelopment in Malden Center, where it’s marketing space at the former bank data center to office and R&D tenants.