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Apr. 25, 2018, DORCHESTER AVENUE GETTING 38-UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX WITH 26 PARKING SPACES Boston's Zoning Board of Appeals has signed off on developer Adam Sarbaugh's plan to replace the building at 951-959A Dorchester Avenue that houses the Dorchester Market and the Tom English Bar with a five-story, 38-unit apartment complex. . . . Read More

Apr. 13, 2018,CITY OKs NORDBLOM'S 200M REDEVELOPMENT OF FORMER BOSTON GLOBE HQ The Boston Planning and Development Agency on Thursday evening approved Nordblom Co.'s proposed rehabilitation of the former Boston Globe headquarters at 135 Morrissey Blvd. in Dorchester, a $200 million project that will bring 695,000 square feet of creative office and light industrial space online by 2019 . . . Read More

Mar. 14, 2018,APARTMENT PLAN TO GIVE NEW LIFE TO NOTRE DAME ED CENTER The Notre Dame Education Center would get a new South Boston home on the first floor of a 55-unit apartment building that would replace its current facility, under plans filed with the city. All Saints...Read More

Mar. 8, 2018, PARTNERS PROPOSES 30M EXPANSION TO MGH WALTHAM FACILITY The project, which was outlined in documents filed with the state last month, would add six operating rooms to the top floor of Mass. General Waltham.

Feb. 12, 2018, LOW INCOME SENIORS LIVING IN BOSTON WILL SEE EXTENSION OF AFFORDABILITY, MAJOR PROPERTY IMPROVEMENTS MassHousing has provided a total of $135.5 million in financing to an affiliate of the non-profit Retirement Housing Foundation (RHF), to enable RHF to launch a major renovation of the 404-unit Symphony Plaza in Boston and extend affordability at the property for at least 30 years. The 404-unit housing community near Symphony Hall . . . Read More

Feb. 6, 2018, DELPHI TO BEGIN WORK ON SEASCAPE AT WEYMOUTH Multimarket construction management firm Delphi Construction of Waltham announced recently that it will begin work on Seascape, a six-story condominium development at Weymouth Neck.The project, valued at $16 million, is owned by DAI Property Management. Design work was . . . Read More

Jan. 30, 2018, FORMER GLOBE BUILDING ENVISIONED AS 'INNOVATION PARK, FOOD HALL AND CO-WORKING SPACE Thatís the vision the development firm Nordblom shared when it filed detailed plans Tuesday to redevelop the massive complex on Morrissey Boulevard. The company wants to repurpose the nearly 700,000-square-foot building as . . . Read More

Jan. 9, 2018, 8 CONSTRUCTION TRENDS TO WATCH IN 2018 After a robust 2017, commercial construction companies are anticipating an even stronger 2018, with the majority reporting they plan to expand their staffs, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. As professionals seek to map out 2018 and beyond, there are a number of trends shaping the construction industry. Some are evolutions of past years, such as offsite construction . . . Read More

Jan. 8, 2018, MISSION HILL DEVELOPMENT WOULD ADD 31 APARTMENTS AND A PUBLIC PLAZA Developer New Urban Partners wants to replace a parking lot and a triple-decker at 9-11 Burney Street in Mission Hill with a six-story complex with 31 apartments.That is according to recently filed plans with the city that also call for a 2,853-square-foot public plaza-slash-lane.The privately maintained space would be . . . Read More

Dec. 15, 2017, OMNI HOTEL ACROSS FROM BOSTON CONVENTION AND EXHIBITION CENTER WINS KEY APPROVAL The Boston Planning and Development Agency on December 14 approved what will be one of the largest new hotels in Boston in ages: A 1,054-key Omni-brand inn on Summer Street across from the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. . . . Read More

Oct. 28, 2017, A NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN CAMBRIDGE, MA AIMS AT BEING A PILOT FOR THAT CITY'S NZE COMMITMENT The first Net Zero Emissions school, and the largest NZE building of any type, in Massachusetts is under construction in East Cambridge. In collaboration with William Rawn Associates, Boston-based architectural firm Arrowstreet has designed this 270,000-sf building . . . Read More

Sep 15, 2017, BPDA BOARD APPROVES SEVEN DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS, 181 TOTAL RESIDENTIAL UNITS The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board of Directors approved seven development projects at the September board meeting. The projects will generate 181 residential units with 30 affordable units, and represent an estimated $51.5 million in investments and 221,600 square feet. Read More