After decades of living in the shadows of busier, techier and hipper districts, Boston’s North Station is finally coming into its own.
Gracious, personalized attention has been the hallmark of the hospitality industry for decades. Now, other businesses are discovering that a warm welcome coupled with lush amenities can broaden the appeal of everything from daily office life to museum visits.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly attacked the Federal Reserve over interest rate policy and tried to appoint his political allies to its board, but why should you care? Because politicization of the Fed puts the entire U.S. economy at risk.
Million-dollar home sales are starting to pop up in some of the unlikeliest places as prices across Massachusetts shatter records. A decades-long slump in new residential construction in the Boston area has created a dire shortage of homes for sale, driving up prices across the board and putting a premium on anything new or recently renovated.
Many Bostonians of color find one of the city’s crowning jewels, the Seaport District, a hostile and unwelcoming place, a new survey has found. Fortunately, there’s still time to do something about it.
Why should property owners care about a legal dispute involving a local ordinance in rural Pennsylvania requiring that cemeteries on private property be open to the general public? Because last month the U.S. Supreme Court issued a groundbreaking decision about this dispute that will have broad ramifications.
As the academic sector continues to evolve and cater to the needs of 21st century educators and students, construction and design firms are reimagining school buildings to capitalize on a modern, collaborative learning environment.
Boston’s Seaport is a thriving, robust neighborhood about to deliver more than 30 million square feet of premier office, residential and retail spaces across hundreds of acres of open space, waterfront views and cultural institutions. While commanding some of the highest rents and sales prices in the city, there is an underlying concern related to climate change, resiliency and sustainability.
Due to the scarcity of developable sites in key urban markets, both office and lab developers are getting more creative and increasingly pursuing opportunities outside of traditional business districts, like the South End, South Boston, Somerville and Allston-Brighton.
Many homeowners believe they can’t do without these two perks: home warranties that promise to replace appliances that cannot be repaired and Angie’s List, the popular website that recommends contractors and repair specialists.
Your money isn’t feeling too good. Here’s hoping for reincarnation.
The Internal Revenue Code contains numerous traps for the unwary foreigner who invests in U.S. real estate. The tax law provisions applicable to nonresident foreign investors are often quite different – and more onerous – than the tax rules applicable to U.S. citizens and foreign residents.
And you thought it was annoying when your dad posts on Facebook like he’s texting you.
With lawmakers on Beacon Hill once again dithering over the state budget and, having blown a deadline weeks ago with the arrival of the new fiscal year, things certainly aren’t looking great for zoning reform legislation. But some are optimistic a turning point is near.
With changes in technology, demographic shifts and fluctuating client demands, those in the property management industry have a responsibility to keep up with the trends that are certain to have an impact on the trade for years to come.
It is an open question whether financial regulators will sign off on Facebook’s plan for a new cryptocurrency, a question made far more complex by the fact that the firm is already at odds with consumer advocates, data protection authorities and antitrust regulators here and abroad.
Homeowners who sell their houses “as-is” may end up costing themselves more than they would have spent to make the necessary repairs – if they are able to sell their homes at all.
Everett’s big win landing the Encore Boston Harbor casino promises to be a gift that will keep on giving for many years to come, with the resort set to become a player in the competition to host corporate meetings and conventions.
Robots are replacing jobs we didn’t know we needed.
The Trump administration has decided the country’s 800,000 “Dreamers” – undocumented immigrants brought here as children but who have grown up here – are no longer eligible for federally insured mortgages, causing consternation and confusion among mortgage lenders.