Residential Real Estate
Members of the banking and real estate industries were on the move this week. See who got promoted and hired.
While engaging in the most rapacious forms of profit mongering are apparently fine off-island, Nantucket apparently has a very different code for what’s allowable on this playpen for the fabulously rich.
Careful, dear. Your MAGA is showing.
The lack of housing is now approaching crisis level. The number of communities with median prices above $1 million has doubled in the past decade. As a result, the shortage of workforce housing is now a significant threat to our economic growth.
A new report from the Eos Foundation offers a damning critique of many organizations that serve as the public face of Massachusetts’ leading industries.
If you’re one of the millions of Americans who are self-employed or earn money on the side through freelance, contract or “gig” work, you may know the drill firsthand: Applying for a mortgage can be an intrusive ordeal.
After sitting vacant for decades amid failed redevelopment attempts, the Alexandria Hotel in Boston’s South End is due for a makeover and expansion.
Organizations representing Massachusetts’ business community, including the banking industry, have come in for criticism from a new report on leadership diversity in the state from the Boston-based Eos Foundation.
Dignitaries gathered Wednesday to celebrate the start of renovations to Boston’s Armory Street Apartments in Jamaica Plain and the groundbreaking for a 349-unit housing development being built on adjacent city land.
MassHousing has provided a total of $11.6 million in affordable housing financing to the nonprofit Retirement Housing Foundation for the renovation and preservation of two adjacent affordable housing communities in Orange.
The co-chair of the state legislature’s Housing Committee is eyeing a hearing “fairly soon” on Gov. Charlie Baker’s zoning reform bill and wants to work to address reservations some have with the bill.
A large affordable housing project could be coming to Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood, courtesy of the Pine Street Inn homeless shelter.
Opening the door for a near-term debate over transportation and transportation financing on Beacon Hill, House Speaker Robert DeLeo said he is open to tax hikes or just about any other prescription to address the state’s critical needs – but he first wants to know what businesses will support.
Worcester officials are mulling zoning changes to cut down on the number of driveways built on side yards and front yards in the city.
Firefighters extinguished a blaze that broke out on the 25th story of a high-rise apartment tower at The Hub on Causeway at Boston’s North Station hours before Saturday night’s Bruins game.
There are 160,000 people in Massachusetts on waiting lists for public housing, according to housing authority representatives who visited the State House last week to ask for more state funding and a larger role in helping the state tackle its affordable housing problem.
A new report says cities and towns in Massachusetts experienced their strongest revenue gains in a decade during a recent 12-month period.
In the 40 years since we were established by an act of the legislature, Massachusetts and the community development sector have changed tremendously, and so has CEDAC.
Even if your home is not a dazzling palazzo on a hill, the secret is out: Though it’s highly unlikely, your Zillow page can be hacked and stolen by online troublemakers.
Even though there is much to fix in the world we are leaving to our children and our grandchildren, I remain optimistic. If there ever were a time in history for the design professions to step up, it is now.