At the site of a 19th-century Army munitions factory – and more recently an enclosed shopping mall that was losing its firepower – Tom Wilder is testing new formulas for keeping retail properties relevant.
The town is now the first municipality in New England with such an ordinance.
After renovating a World War II-era office and manufacturing building and attracting new tech and life science tenants, Cresset Development has sold a Watertown property for $62.5 million.
Eyepoint Pharmaceuticals on Wednesday reported a loss of $34.4 million in its fiscal fourth quarter.
As the popularity of online retail and delivery services has exploded, so has demand for warehouse space – particularly for buildings that can handle last-mile delivery and urban logistics.
When Laura Portney graduated from Clemson University, she faced a pivotal decision: pursue her master’s degree at Boston Architectural College, or enter the workforce full-time at architects Prellwitz Chilinski Assoc., Portney chose to do both.
JPMorgan Chase in January hinted it was interested in launching a retail presence in Boston, as part of a broader initiative to put up 400 new retail branches nationwide over the next five years.
JPMorgan Chase is quickly building a franchise in Massachusetts.
Communities around Greater Boston, in partnership with the MBTA, will seek to create faster and more reliable commutes for more than 30,000 bus riders through a sequence of three pilot projects testing bus rapid transit (BRT) features over the course of 2018.
Watertown’s Perkins School for the Blind has received a state funding package to renovate two of its buildings.