Commercial & Industrial
Amid neighborhood concerns about gentrification, the Boston Planning and Development Agency board approved the new version of Samuels & Assoc.’s massive Dot Block project on April 11.
A Hingham-based investor has paid $2.4 million for a 4,390-square-foot retail building in Hingham Square.
NEI General Contracting has completed construction of a multifamily project creating 49 income-restricted apartments in the Egleston Square section of Roxbury.
Efforts like Gov. Charlie Baker’s Housing Choice bill – which would amend state law to make it easier for local zoning boards to approve certain categories of housing – may assist in the creation of more market-rate housing in some communities. But it would not address the dire shortage of affordable housing units among the state’s poorest residents.
Kevin Trainor first got into property management by convincing his condominium’s board of trustees to let him take over management; what started to improve his living conditions turned into the first client of his new company: Bay State Property Management.
Nest thermostats, keyless entry locks and electric outlets compatible with Google Home and Alexa platforms have become standard bragging points for developers marketing units in new apartment complexes.
Now that you know your landlord is spying on you, it’s not so bad, after all!
A London developer’s proposed private academic housing tower in the Fenway recognizes the property’s history as the home to a series of gay nightclubs, with plans that include a 120-seat LGBTQ-centric “Boylston Black Box” performing arts center.
One of the largest developers of life science space in Cambridge and the U.S., Alexandria Real Estate Equities, is investing directly in its tenants through its Alexandria Seed Capital Platform.
A three-building Springfield medical office portfolio has changed hands for roughly $10 million per building.
The Worcester Red Sox’s new home cleared a major hurdle Thursday when the Worcester Redevelopment Authority approved the city’s request to acquire the parcels.
Members of the banking, insurance and construction industries helped charitable causes in their communities with substantial donations in recent weeks.
Institutional investors rate Boston as the world’s second-most desirable place to increase their real estate holdings, according to a new survey.
Twenty-four chambers of commerce and industry lobby groups from around Massachusetts are joining forces to heed House Speaker Robert DeLeo’s call for a unified voice from the business community on transportation matters.
Developers looking for tax breaks from the city of Springfield will have to meet new requirements.
Citizens Bank is downsizing its office space north of Boston with the $31.7 million sale of a Medford property near the Orange Line while seeking tenants for the remaining 31,290 square feet.
Communities west of Boston and near Interstate 495 continue to enjoy commercial rents and home prices well below averages in the metropolitan area despite steady population growth, according to a new report.
The developer of a 112-unit condo project in Woburn is seeking permission to install temporary and permanent propane tanks while National Grid clears backlogs from its six-month labor dispute.
In Massachusetts, the share of women in construction union apprenticeships is almost triple the national average of women in construction.
Suffolk University is naming one of its newest buildings in honor of Leonard Samia, the real estate industry figure behind the school’s largest single alumni gift in its history.