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$14 Million CubeSmart Self-Storage Facility Approved for Development

$14 Million CubeSmart Self-Storage Facility Approved for Development

The Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) green-lighted a project proposal to transform the vacant warehouse at 99 Rivermoor Street in West Roxbury off of VFW Parkway into a high-quality self-storage facility with new loading areas and accessory uses.…

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Brookline Multifamily Property Sells for $50.2 Million

Brookline Multifamily Property Sells for $50.2 Million

A joint venture between Westbrook Partners and Nordblom Co. sold a multifamily property in Brookline, MA, in a $50.15 million transaction arranged by HFF…

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Condos to Replace Deserted Office Building

Condos to Replace Deserted Office Building

A new luxury condominium tower could replace a vacant office building located at 171 Tremont Street in Boston’s Midtown Cultural District.…

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Pebblebrook Pays $260.4 Million for Revere Hotel, Adjacent Parking and Vacant Lot

Pebblebrook Pays $260.4 Million for Revere Hotel, Adjacent Parking and Vacant Lot

Shortly after entering the Nashville, market by paying $52.3 million for the Union Station Hotel, Pebblebrook Hotel Trust made another acquisition, this time in The Hub.…

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MassDevelopment Helps Chinatown Rental Project with $14.6 Million Affordable Housing Bond

MassDevelopment Helps Chinatown Rental Project with $14.6 Million Affordable Housing Bond

An apartment building that is under construction in Boston’s Chinatown recently received financial help from the Massachusetts Development Finance Agency (MassDevelopment).…

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Tocci Breaks Ground on 34-Unit Station Landing Apartments in Suburban Boston

Tocci Breaks Ground on 34-Unit Station Landing Apartments in Suburban Boston

With so many residential projects in the pipeline or already completed, Waltham is shaping up as one of Boston’s most desirable housing markets.…

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Leasing Starts at Hines’ 200-Unit Luxury Rental Community in Waltham

Leasing Starts at Hines’ 200-Unit Luxury Rental Community in Waltham

One year and a half after construction started at its first residential project in the Boston area, Hines has officially launched leasing operations at Currents on the Charles…

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BRA Approves 94-Unit Multifamily Project at 135 Bremen Street

BRA Approves 94-Unit Multifamily Project at 135 Bremen Street

For decades East Boston was known as a gritty, underdeveloped area in the city’s Innovation District. But as new developments started accommodating a wave of businesses in the area, Eastie turned into a promising neighborhood for real estate developers and investors.…

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Boston’s Castle Square Apartments, Shattuck International House Awarded ENERGY STAR Certification

Boston’s Castle Square Apartments, Shattuck International House Awarded ENERGY STAR Certification

In order to highlight Boston’s commitment to innovation, sustainability and green building, two affordable housing communities in the city were listed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) among the first multifamily housing properties in the nation to earn new ENERGY STAR multifamily certification for superior energy performance. …

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Parking Garage Nearly Complete, Two More Office Buildings Planned at Former Parker Brothers Site in Beverly

Parking Garage Nearly Complete, Two More Office Buildings Planned at Former Parker Brothers Site in Beverly

Roughly 28 miles north of Boston, the 54-acre property that used to serve as the home office of the legendary game companies Parker Brothers and Atari is going through major changes.…

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Former MBTA Rail Yard in Hyde Park to Come Back to Life as Light Industrial Work Spaces for Small Manufacturers

Former MBTA Rail Yard in Hyde Park to Come Back to Life as Light Industrial Work Spaces for Small Manufacturers

As Boston has been more and more focused on redeveloping vacant or derelict industrial sites to create offices that would accommodate a solid growth in tech- and science-based jobs, the inventory of properties zoned strictly for industrial uses across the city has declined drastically over the past years.…

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Walsh Administration: Boston’s Growing Population Calls for 53,000 New Housing Units by 2030

Walsh Administration: Boston’s Growing Population Calls for 53,000 New Housing Units by 2030

In an effort to accommodate an estimated 20 percent increase in the city’s housing stock over the next 16 years, the Walsh administration has come up with a new housing plan for Boston.…

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