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BRA Approves160-Unit Rental Building at 600 Harrison Avenue

BRA Approves160-Unit Rental Building at 600 Harrison Avenue

A development proposal to build an apartment building at the corner of Harrison Avenue and Malden Street in Boston’s South End District was green lighted last week by the Boston Redevelopment Authority.…

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WeWork Joins Boston Startup Madness with Two Shared Offices

WeWork Joins Boston Startup Madness with Two Shared Offices

Judging by the number of large companies that recently moved in Boston’s buzzing Financial District or are building their own high-profile business centers in the fast-growing Seaport District, the Hub is one of the cities that almost fully recovered from the economic downturn. While this translates into big cash revenue…

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TODAY’S DEALS: Wood Partners JV sells 116-Unit Asset for $50.5M

TODAY’S DEALS: Wood Partners JV sells 116-Unit Asset for $50.5M

Intercontinental Real Estate Corp. buys an asset from Wood Partners; NorthMarq Capital arranges $30 million in construction financing for an affordable asset; and HFF closes $14.8 million in permanent financing for a newly-built Massachusetts asset. …

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Apartments and Retail to Replace Vacant Bowling Alley in Dorchester

Apartments and Retail to Replace Vacant Bowling Alley in Dorchester

Phoenix-based Lucky Strike Development is planning to enliven the former Fields Corner bowling alley in South Dorchester which was closed in 2007 after serving the neighborhood for five decades.…

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New Boston Fund, Asian CDC Land Financing for Mixed-Income Development in Boston

New Boston Fund, Asian CDC Land Financing for Mixed-Income Development in Boston

New Boston Fund and Asian Community Development Corp. land $114.7 million via HFF for a mixed-income development in Boston's Chinatown. …

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BRA Approves $63 Million Dorm for Emerson College

BRA Approves $63 Million Dorm for Emerson College

As the Menino administration is coming to an end, the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) has been busy unloading a number of development projects from its plate before Mayor-elect Marty Walsh and his staff step in on January 2.…

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Two Mid-Priced Hotels to Add 510 New Rooms Near the Convention Center

Two Mid-Priced Hotels to Add 510 New Rooms Near the Convention Center

The Hub is set to become a top convention destination as two hotel projects broke ground last week on D Street in South Boston Waterfront, directly across from the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.…

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$45 M Expansion Project to Add 94 Rooms to Hotel Commonwealth

$45 M Expansion Project to Add 94 Rooms to Hotel Commonwealth

The owners of the Hotel Commonwealth located in Boston’s historic Kenmore Square at 500 Commonwealth Avenue received the green light for a $45 million expansion project that will increase the building’s existing capacity of 149 guest rooms by 60 percent.…

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118 Luxury Condos under Construction at Boston’s Fan Pier

118 Luxury Condos under Construction at Boston’s Fan Pier

A new luxury residential project that recently broke ground in Boston shows that the city’s housing market is doing better after a few years of economic decline. Twenty Two Liberty is the first high-end condominium tower to be built in the Hub in four years and it’s located at Fan…

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Skanska to Start Construction on $57 Million Academic Building for Harvard Business School

Skanska to Start Construction on $57 Million Academic Building for Harvard Business School

Details of one of the key projects outlined by Harvard University in its revised 10-year Institutional Master Plan (IMP) that was approved by the Boston Redevelopment Authority this fall were recently revealed.…

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District Hall Launches in Boston’s Innovation District

District Hall Launches in Boston’s Innovation District

Last month the first innovation building officially opened in the heart of Boston’s thriving Innovation District, a newly created “tech neighborhood” in the South Boston waterfront that serves as business incubator, co-working and conference space for startups in the Greater Boston area and public events place.…

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Northeastern University to Expand with New Research Building

Northeastern University to Expand with New Research Building

The Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) unanimously approved a $1.6 billion master plan for development proposed by Northeastern University in which the institution describes its need for new buildings and renovation projects at the existing structures for the next decade.…

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