Commercial & Industrial
Developer Greystar has refinanced the debt on its 392-unit Zinc apartment tower at 22 Water St. in Cambridge.
A $4.5 million tax-exempt bond from MassDevelopment will upgrade the headquarters of environmental group Conservation Law Foundation at 58-64 Summer St. in Boston.
Fantini & Gorga has secured three separate loans totaling $7.95 million for three retail properties in southeastern Massachusetts.
A 133,000-square-foot retail center on Main Street in West Bridgewater has sold for $3.4 million.
Carr Properties has made its second major investment in downtown Boston commercial real estate this fall with the purchase of the office condominium and 120-space parking garage tower at 200 State St.
It’s a busy time for firms and financial institutions across the commonwealth, with a raft of hirings and promotions in key positions.
The developer of Cambridge Crossing will seek WiredScore Neighborhood Certification to attract additional office and lab tenants.
Amazon is in “advanced discussions” with Virginia officials about selecting the Crystal City site in Arlington County as its second headquarters, the Washington Post reports.
Custom men’s suit provider Indochino will open its second location in Boston next year at 79 Seaport Boulevard.
The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission is in lease negotiations for a second-floor office suite at Worcester’s Union Station.
Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. has completed its acquisition of Syntimmune.
A cafe, bike repair shop and meeting spot will replace a long-vacant building in Dorchester’s Upham’s Corner.
Our goal is to be the rare business that exceeds expectations, and we think we did that on the 17th floor.
The Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston honored industry leaders with its annual PRISM Awards on Oct. 25. Banker & Tradesman celebrates and congratulates this year’s winners.
The future of the transportation system in Massachusetts is a growing concern to commuters, businesses and residents throughout the state. There is heavy congestion and increased commuting times on our roads, while the mass transit system continues to be unreliable and inadequate.
After turning Boston’s Fenway neighborhood into a new market for class A office space and luxury condominiums, Samuels & Assoc. is looking at other development frontiers in Boston. Leslie Cohen, the firm’s chief operating officer, led the 30-story Pierce Boston project that opened last winter overlooking Audubon Circle.
A London-based academic housing operator that plans a billion-dollar development pipeline in Boston is seeking approvals for a 205,500-square-foot residential building in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood.
Federal Realty executives say it’s likely they’ll break ground on more office space and multifamily housing at Somerville’s Assembly Row by next spring.
Six investment sales brokers from Colliers Boston have joined CBRE/New England’s capital markets team.
The holiday season is in full swing, and banks, credit unions and construction firms are already giving it all they’ve got.
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