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Dudley Square Affordable Housing Project Awarded MassDevelopment Bond

Dudley Square Affordable Housing Project Awarded MassDevelopment Bond

Two residential projects planned for Boston’s thriving Roxbury neighborhood have received $9 million in tax exemptions from MassDevelopment, the stat’s finance and development agency, who issued the bond on behalf of Dudley Greenville LLC.…

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Roseland Breaks Ground on $67 Million Portside at Pier One Apartment Project

Roseland Breaks Ground on $67 Million Portside at Pier One Apartment Project

Roseland Property Company, a subsidiary of Edison, NJ-based real estate investment trust Mack-Cali Realty Corporation, broke ground on a five-story apartment project that is part of Portside at Pier One, a planned mixed-use community located at Marginal and Lewis Streets on the East Boston waterfront.…

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Wood Partners to Develop 155-Unit Luxury Community in Watertown

Wood Partners to Develop 155-Unit Luxury Community in Watertown

Wood Partners will break ground this month on a $40 million upscale apartment community in the suburb of Watertown, just six miles northwest of Boston. The real estate investment and development company has recently announced the acquisition of an 11.6-acre property located at 255 Waltham St., close to major employers…

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Former Somerville Recording Studio Redeveloped into Sustainable Apartment Community

Former Somerville Recording Studio Redeveloped into Sustainable Apartment Community

Real estate development company Nauset Construction of Needham has completed a new smart-growth, multifamily community in Somerville, within walking distance of the lively Davis Square. Named Seven Cameron, the project was constructed on the site of the former Rounder Records and Fort Apache recording studios, which has been used by…

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Converse to Relocate HQs on Boston’s Lovejoy Wharf

Converse to Relocate HQs on Boston’s Lovejoy Wharf

North Andover, MA-based sneaker giant Converse wrapped 2012 up with a deal for 186,525 square feet of space in the Hoffman Building, one of the structures on Boston’s Lovejoy Wharf.…

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BRA Approves $60M Mixed-Use Complex in Downtown Crossing

BRA Approves $60M Mixed-Use Complex in Downtown Crossing

The Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) unanimously voted in favor of a development project called “59 Temple Place” that will transform a pair of connected buildings on Washington Street between West Street and Temple Place in Downtown Crossing into a 135,500-square-foot complex featuring a boutique hotel, restaurant, retail space and a…

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USGBC Awards LEED Platinum to South Boston’s Castle Square Apartments

USGBC Awards LEED Platinum to South Boston’s Castle Square Apartments

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has awarded LEED Platinum Certification, which is its highest green building rating, to a 540,000-square-foot mixed-use property in Boston’s vibrant community of South End.…

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JV Seeks Approval to Restart Stalled Lovejoy Wharf Project

JV Seeks Approval to Restart Stalled Lovejoy Wharf Project

A development team including The Beal Cos. and The Related Cos. revealed plans to breathe new life into the long-stalled Lovejoy Wharf project along the Charlestown Bridge the northern edge of the historic Bullfinch Triangle.…

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75-Unit Adaptive Reuse Loft Building Opens North of Boston

75-Unit Adaptive Reuse Loft Building Opens North of Boston

Boston-based WinnDevelopment recently inaugurated a 75-unit apartment community constructed from two vacant buildings that used to be part of the former Malden Mills factory in Lawrence, MA.…

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Texas Developer Breaks Ground on South Boston Residential Tower

Texas Developer Breaks Ground on South Boston Residential Tower

Hanover Co., a Houston-based real estate company specializing in the acquisition, development, and management of multifamily properties, broke ground on November 16 on one of the largest housing developments in Boston’s Seaport District.…

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STAG Industrial Snags Two Properties for $13.4 Million; Veolia to Relocate HQs at Exchange Place

STAG Industrial Snags Two Properties for $13.4 Million; Veolia to Relocate HQs at Exchange Place

Boston-headquartered STAG Industrial, Inc., a full service real estate company focusing on the acquisition, ownership and management of single-tenant industrial properties throughout the United States, announced this week the acquisition of two properties totaling 325,000 square feet of space.…

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Harvard Reveals Massive Renovation and Expansion Plans in Allston

Harvard Reveals Massive Renovation and Expansion Plans in Allston

Harvard University, the oldest institution of higher education in the United States, announced plans to expand its footprint in the Allston neighborhood of Boston with nine development projects encompassing nearly one million square feet of new building space and around half a million square feet of renovation.…

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