Residential Real Estate
Boston and its suburbs have become remarkably more diverse, new data show.
A second phase of The Coolidge at Sudbury will generate 56 affordable apartment units for seniors, a $20 million project led by Brighton-based B’nai B’rith Housing that’s scheduled to open in 2020.
Confidence among Massachusetts employers rebounded last month from a decline in March but businesses remain worried about a persistent shortage of qualified workers, analysts said.
Apartment developer Wood Partners is expanding its Greater Boston portfolio with the acquisition of a Somerville development site which is approved for a 329-unit apartment complex, including 20 percent income-restricted units.
Ahead of a hearing next week on housing production bills, a coalition is speaking out on Gov. Charlie Baker’s proposal, saying it doesn’t do enough to help those hardest hit by the housing crisis.
Three brick townhouses just north of Roxbury’s Dudley Square have sold for $4.6 million, according to information filed with the Suffolk Registry of Deeds.
At a time when frustrated riders are calling for immediate investment to make public transit more reliable, the MBTA’s general manager wants to more gradually spread out capital spending to give the T more time to hire the people needed to oversee the work.
Redevelopment of the former Kindred Hospital property in Brighton would include one of the neighborhood’s largest condo components in a recent multifamily project.
The state Senate working group formed to take a deep dive into tax policy and recommend ways to modernize and update the tax code will hold closed meetings, according to its chairman.
As the stock market sputtered, the local real estate market slowed dramatically. Now that the Federal Reserve has backed off plans to increase interest rates in 2019, real estate here and around the country has taken off again.
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HYM Investment Group’s preferred alternative for redeveloping the 161-acre Suffolk Downs racetrack property calls for 10,000 housing units and 5.2 million square feet of commercial space, while reducing building heights near the Orient Heights section of East Boston.
As Gov. Charlie Baker and Lt. Gov Karyn Polito barnstorm around the state to drum up support for the administration’s signature piece of housing legislation, the Newton-Needham Regional Chamber is joining the fight.
Facing the lowest level of state support in the nearly 20-year history of the program, cities and towns that have adopted the Community Preservation Act are hopeful that 2019 will be the last year of volatile state funding for this key pipeline of money for parks and affordable housing.
A bill at the center of Gov. Charlie Baker’s plan to address the state’s housing crisis, that would make it easier for towns to rezone areas for housing construction, is moving forward on Beacon Hill after failing to pass in the last legislative session.
With recent public debate focused on the lack of new and affordable housing and its impact on job growth, traffic congestion and others facets of daily life, public housing advocates reminded lawmakers on Tuesday not to neglect what the state already has.
Companies that offer workers a family and medical leave plan that is at least as generous as the benefits that will be provided by the new state program can now apply for an exemption from the payroll tax contributions the state plans to begin collecting July 1.
Again trying to tap the brakes on attempts to raise taxes to fund transportation improvements, Gov. Charlie Baker over the weekend called on Beacon Hill to address his housing production bill, saying housing costs are causing frustrated commuters to weigh moving out of Massachusetts.