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DoReMi Karaoke Studio in Allston to be Replaced by Apartments

DoReMi Karaoke Studio in Allston to be Replaced by Apartments

The owners of the popular DoReMi Karaoke Studio located at 442 Cambridge Street in Allston plan to tear down the longstanding venue to make room for a small mixed-use building.…

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Boston Selected to Receive Support for New Protected Bike Lanes

Boston Selected to Receive Support for New Protected Bike Lanes

One of the largest non-profits that supports and encourages bicycling in the country announced it has chosen Boston and five other major cities, to enter a two-year program to build protected bike lanes in city streets.…

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Boston Medical Center to Break Ground on $270 Million Redesign Project

Boston Medical Center to Break Ground on $270 Million Redesign Project

Boston Medical Center (BMC), the largest safety-net hospital in New England, is moving forward with a multi-million-dollar plan to consolidate and renovate its two hospitals in the South End campus over the next three years.…

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Construction Is Underway at Northeastern’s $225 Million Academic Complex

Construction Is Underway at Northeastern’s $225 Million Academic Complex

Nearly four months after receiving BRA’s unanimous approval for a $1.6 billion master plan for development, Northeastern University officially broke ground last week on its much-anticipated Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex (ISEC) at 795 Columbus Avenue in Roxbury.…

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Waypoint Companies Set to Build 80-Unit Multifamily Building in Allston

Waypoint Companies Set to Build 80-Unit Multifamily Building in Allston

The Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) recently approved a new residential project that will transform a 30,550-square-foot industrial site along the Massachusetts Turnpike in Boston’s Allston-Brighton neighborhood into a residential complex with retail and office space for start ups.…

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Vertex Pharmaceutical Opens New Headquarters at 11 Fan Pier Boulevard

Vertex Pharmaceutical Opens New Headquarters at 11 Fan Pier Boulevard

A ribbon-cutting ceremony recently marked the formal opening of Vertex Pharmaceutical’s global headquarters building in South Boston’s growing Innovation District. Located at 11 Fan Pier Boulevard in Fort Point, the $800 million complex that broke ground in June 2011consists of two, 16-story interconnected buildings designed to stimulate collaboration and attract…

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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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