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DEC 7 2023 HOME PRICES ARE PROJECTED TO FALL NEXT YEAR IN GREATER BOSTON After years and years of home-price increases, levels may finally fall next year in the Boston area, according to a new estimate. . .Read More

DEC 1 2023 BUCKING A TREND, SOME FIRMS HAVE SIGNED MAJOR BOSTON OFFICE LEASES RECENTLY Boston's office vacancy stands at its highest rate since the pandemic, yet a number of firms have committed to major office footprints in Boston in the past year. . .Read More

NOV 3 2023 THESE ARE THE BIGGEST BUILDING PROJECTS AT THE LARGES HOSPITALS IN MA From expansions to mergers to new contracts, Massachusetts hospitals are always growing, always changing. To help readers stay on top of all projects -- and therefore all the healthcare options are coming to Massachusetts. . .Read More

OCT 18 2023 HQO RAISED 50M+ IN NEW SERIES D FUNDING Today HqO announced it secured over $50 million in Series D funding. Koch Real Estate Investments, a subsidiary of Koch Industries, led the round, which also saw participation from existing investors Accomplice, Insight Partners and Related. . .Read More

OCT 13 2023 SIMMONS UNIV. STARTS WORK ON NEW TOWER THAT'LL KICK OFF CAMPUS OVERHAUL Simmons University is planning a dramatic remake of its Boston campus, including leasing its residential campus for 1.7 million square feet of mixed-use space. . .Read More

OCT 5 2023 CHARLESTOWN SET FOR BIG CHANGES AFTER CITY ADOPTS CONTROVERSIAL PLAN The city last week adopted a new planning guide for Charlestown that has unlocked potential for economic development and housing production, though it has faced some high-profile opposition. . .Read More

SEPT 28 2023 HOW BOSTON DEVELOPERS, BROKERS ARE HANDLING THE OFFICE MARKET'S 'PARADIGM SHIFT' The Boston office market has changed dramatically in the last three years, with developers and brokers being forced to shift the way they do business. . .Read More

SEPT 19 2023 78-YEAR-OLD BOSTON STADIUM TO GET $30M RENOVATION FOR NEW PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM The National Women's Soccer League has decided to bring women's professional soccer back to Beantown, and a major stadium overhaul is coming with it. . .Read More

SEPT 17 2023 SPECIAL REPORT: MEET THE OFFICE OWNERS FIGHTING TO SAVE THOUSANDS OF OLDER BUILDINGS Over the last three years, the office market has been punched repeatedly, knocked down and nearly counted out. But across the country, thousands of small office owners . . .Read More

SEPT 14 2023 WU PLANS TO REFORM BOSTON'S ZONING CODE IN 'A SEA CHANGE' FOR CITY Boston's zoning code, a massive document that dictates what gets built in the city, hasn't been fully overhauled since its inception in the 1960s . . .Read More

AUG 25 2023 SEE WHAT BOSTON'S PLANNED HOLOCAUST MUSEUM WILL LOOK LIKE A stainless-steel metal fabric will wrap the facade of the six-story building, representing the curtains that remained drawn in Jewish households as the Nazi regime gained power, according to the firm Schwartz/Silver Architects. . . .Read More

AUG 23 2023 NEARLY 600 UNITS PLANNED IN YET ANOTHER EVERETT PROJECT Everett has seen one residential building after another go up in historically industrial areas off Revere Beach Parkway and Second Street. Now, one is planned for along the Malden River . . .Read More

AUG 15 2023 THIS BACK BAY CONDO SOLD FOR $30M, ONE OF THE HIGHEST PRICES IN BOSTON HISTORY A condominium on the top floor of the One Dalton tower in Back Bay has sold for $30 million, one of the highest sale prices for a single-family home in Boston history . . .Read More

JULY 24 2023 HOMEBUYERS FACE SUPPLY AND PRICING CHALLENGES. WHAT CAN UNLOCK THE HOUSING MARKET'S RIGHT INVENTORY? Privately-owned housing starts in June were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.43 million, according to the US Census Bureau, down 8% from May and down 8.1% from June 2022 . . .Read More

JULY 17 2023 DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION STRATEGIES WILL NEED TO GO BEYOND OFFICE CONVERSIONS, EXPERT SAY The group is taking a multi pronged approach to bring people downtown, including revitalizing condemned or abandoned buildings, helping to facilitate new construction . . .Read More

JULY 12 2023 NEW LIGHTHOUSE? END-ZONE BEER HALL? HERE'S GILLETTE STADIUM'S 250M MAKEOVER With the Patriots' season opener a couple months away, it's two-minute drill time for the Krafts and their $250M upgrade to Gillette . . .Read More

JULY 7 2023 SUFFOLK GROWS ITS AVIATION BUSINESS WITH $60M TAMPA AIRPORT PROJECT While working in the public sector, Sleiman was named Engineering News-Record's Top 25 Newsmakers of 2009 for pioneering the use of warm-mix asphalt. . .Read More

JUNE 9 2023 NEW HAVEN CT, PARTIAL BUILDING COLLAPSE PROBE CONTINUES Eight workers fell two stories on June 2 after concrete failure in an area. The US Occupational Safety & Health Administration continues"Read More