Mayor Thomas Menino

  • Mayor Menino’s $16.5 Billion Housing Strategy Calls for 30,000 New Units by 2020

    Back in March Mayor Thomas M. Menino unveiled an unprecedented plan to increase the number of new housing units in Boston by 30,000 by the year 2020. Last week, with less than four months in office, the Mayor announced the city’s new blueprint for this ambitious strategy that aims to fulfill Boston’s housing needs.

    Boston 14 September 2013 04:11
  • Isalia Honored for Rehab Work

    The City of Boston has named Isalia Property Group as an “exemplary property developer and manager in 2013.” The company was so honored for its work over the last two years rehabilitating a variety of properties in the Boston area, some of which were previously cited as problem properties by the Mayor’s Problem Properties Task Force.

    Northeast 04 September 2013 18:55
  • Stalled $615 Million Project Seeking Approval to Revitalize Downtown Crossing

    Shortly after Mayor Thomas Menino announced that Chicago-based real estate investment and development firm Oxford Capital Group LLC plans to develop a 240-key hotel at 59 Temple Place in Downtown Crossing, the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) reveals another investor’s intention to revitalize the area.

    Boston 10 August 2012 14:41
  • Boston Wharf Tower Project Tabs Suffolk Construction

    Construction management at the $77 million Boston Wharf Tower project has been awarded to Boston-based Suffolk Construction Company.

    Northeast 10 August 2012 14:19

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