In the last decade, we have witnessed a transformation of the traditional office environment, the stereotypical employee and the nine-to-five work day.
National Development has acquired two of the largest parcels along South Boston’s Dorchester Avenue industrial corridor, an area being primed for redevelopment as office, lab and multifamily towers.
The departure of GE Capital from a Connecticut office park will enable National Development to expand its senior living portfolio.
Is a gritty industrial corridor in South Boston destined to become the next Ink Block-style development cluster?
As the former Arsenal Mall in Watertown is partially demolished to make way for the mixed-use Arsenal Yards development, one question remains unresolved: what’s happening to the old Boston Garden scoreboard that used to hang above the mall’s food court?
Multifamily developers could build smaller housing units and fewer parking spaces beginning this fall, offering potentially significant project cost savings as the city prepares to embrace the microapartment movement.
Margulies Perruzzi Architects has completed design and renovation of 100 Crossing Boulevard, a 100,000-square-foot office building in Framingham.
National Development has completed an $8 million capital improvement program for Crosby Center, a nine-building, 590,000-square-foot office park in Bedford.
101 Station Drive in Westwood has been acquired for $53.1 million following a multimillion-dollar repositioning project.
Tenants have signed 10 office leases totaling 150,000 square feet this year at The District Burlington.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has acquired an office condominium in the Longwood Center research building in Boston for $239 million from the original development team.
Newton-based National Development has begun $20 million in renovations to its 8-acre Constitution Wharf office property in Charlestown to coincide with the late summer arrival of Shoes.com, which has leased 31,300 square feet.
Equipment leasing company TimePayment has committed to a 70 percent increase in the size of its headquarters at The District in Burlington.
LEED certification put energy efficiency on the radar of office tenants making lease decisions, and WELL building standards are starting to measure how workspaces can affect the health and fitness of employees.
Cushman & Wakefield has been named the new leasing agent at The District in Burlington, a 1.1 million-square-foot redevelopment of the former New England Executive Park.
Two tech companies have signed leases at The District in Burlington as part of an expanding strategy of recruiting short-term tenants.