Residential Real Estate
It takes a special, determined kind of person to see a beautiful, new neighborhood where a coal-fired power plant stands now.
Nine Greater Boston women will be honored with the awards for outstanding achievement in the workplace, demonstrating leadership that has made a difference and showing commitment to enhancing the quality of life in the region
New legislation filed on Beacon Hill, based on research by MassINC and the Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations, aims to address problems of blighted properties, depressed home prices and shrinking federal development grant dollars in many Massachusetts Gateway Cities.
The mortgage fintech company RateGravity has a new name.
State utility overseers approved a new three-year energy efficiency plan and changes to the Mass Save home energy efficiency program Tuesday, including a focus on getting homeowners to switch to cheaper and more environmentally-friendly fuel sources.
The state’s trade association for commercial construction companies is trying to help the fight against Massachusetts’ opioid crisis, with a forum aimed at highlighting the toll the crisis has taken on workers in the industry and offering potential solutions.
Boston must improve energy efficiency and convert completely to cleanly produced electricity in order to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, according to the new Carbon Free Boston Report.
The head of Massachusetts’ affordable housing finance agency has been appointed to the board that closely oversees the Massachusets Bay Transportation Authority.
A former Quincy man, who had been a fugitive for more than 20 years, was sentenced Monday in federal court in Boston in connection with a $1.9 million real estate investment fraud scheme in Quincy.
Public transit riders in the Boston area would pay on average 6.3 percent more to ride buses, subways and trains under a fare hike proposal announced Monday by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
For sale: Bright red, six-bedroom single-family home with waterfront views and a 2,000-square-foot deck. Price: $5.2 million, and maybe the occasional bout of seasickness.
A committee of elected officials, business leaders and transportation experts tasked with identifying possible improvements to the state’s commuter rail system is considering a wide range of options, from investing in new vehicles to electrifying the entire network.
Members of the banking, real estate and construction industries were on the move recently. See who was promoted or landed a new job!
Combined with other recent trends – growing inventories of homes available for sale, slower price inflation and even modest price reductions – the decline in mortgage rates should be encouraging for anyone seriously in the market for a home.
Partial demolition of the Woburn Mall could begin in March as part of a redevelopment that will add a cinema complex, new restaurants and retailers and 350 apartments at the 23-acre property.
A modern aesthetic, with clean and simple industrial materials, leads 2019’s interior design trends, according to the Zillow Home Trend Forecast.
Members of the banking construction and real estate industries gave back to their communities recently.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston has announced six new members of the New England Advisory Council, a group of senior leaders of small to mid-size businesses throughout New England.
Madison Park Development Corp. has acquired the Haynes House Apartments, located in Roxbury, for $22.7 million.
The year-end median sale price for both single-family homes and condominiums reached all-time highs in 2018, as restricted inventories continued to push prices higher across the state, according to a new report from The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman.