Residential Real Estate
Developer Boston Properties took what many in local real estate circles considered to be a contrarian bet when it partnered with TD Garden owners Delaware North Cos. on a 1.9-million-square-foot development at North Station.
Onsite Builders and Development is proposing a 72-unit housing project near the West Roxbury Latin School.
One of Boston’s biggest office landlords has made a foray into the local multifamily market with the $123.25-million acquisition of a Jamaica Plain apartment tower.
A union that represents electrical workers plans to withhold direct campaign contributions to state legislators until further notice, saying they hope lawmakers will “feel the pinch” they say families are feeling due to inaction on important bills.
The Cambridge City Council has backed a proposal to institute a real estate transfer fee on property worth more than $2 million, and direct the resulting proceeds towards affordable housing initiatives.
The head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston on Wednesday advocated for the nation’s central bank to be patient and wait out some of the recent volatility in the markets before charting a new course on monetary policy.
The St. Regis Residences tower in Boston’s Seaport District has named a San Francisco designer for its 114 condominium units, lobby and amenity spaces.
Burlington-based Erland Construction has been selected as construction manager for Washington Place, a nearly 300,000-square-foot mixed-use redevelopment in the heart of Newtonville.
A Concord multifamily investor has paid $15.25 million for a 72-unit apartment complex in Braintree.
A retail property near South Boston’s Andrew Square is slated for redevelopment as a 64-unit multifamily complex, the latest in a series of conversions on the MBTA’s Red Line corridor.
National Grid gas workers who have been locked out since June are set to be back on the job later this month after their unions on Monday ratified a new agreement, and the company expects to resume non-emergency gas work next month.
After alluding to tax and economic development reform in an address to her colleagues last week, state Senate President Karen Spilka sketched out a few more details of her approach to taxation over the weekend.
Boston is planning to ask state legislators for freedom to increase the per-square-foot affordable housing and job training fees the city charges developers when they want.
Figures in several companies across the banking and real estate industries in Massachusetts were promoted or hired in recent days.
Here’s hoping our incrementalist governor and our do-nothing legislature will step up to the challenges of fixing our broken transit system and housing supply in 2019.
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The report’s call for a new finance plan to support transit needs is an encouraging step forward and should build momentum for action on legislation in 2019.
Congratulations Massachusetts, you’ve done it again – though December figures aren’t yet in, 2018 is going to smash the single-family home price record. And that record is only a year old.
The bump in the FHFA conforming limit could present a good opportunity for first-time homebuyers, but is less likely to have an impact in more expensive counties near Boston.
The current expansion has lasted since the official end of the Great Recession in June 2009, or almost nine and a half years. If it lasts seven months more, it’ll be the longest expansion in at least 160 years.
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