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OCT. 6 2022, FORMER TEXTILE MILL IN LAWRENCE TRANSFORMED INTO MIXED-INCOME HOUSING Tenants are already moving into the development, which has preserved some of the building's historic features . . .Read More

OCT. 3 2022, BOSTON'S NEW SOUTH STATION TOWER WILL HAVE RITZ CARLTON CONDOS \Hines, the global real estate firm, announced that Ritz-Carlton will be the brand behind the South Station Tower residences in Boston. The luxury condos are expected to open in 2025 . . .Read More

SEPT. 29, 2022, NORTH SHORE CONSTRUCTION FIRM BUILDS ON DECADES OF FAMILY EXPERTISE One Beverly construction firm is working to transition to its second generation. Here's our annual list of the state's largest family-owned businesses . . .Read More

SEPT. 13 2022, LITTLE TOWN, BIG PROJECT: LUPOLI TO REMAKE IBM SITE OF I-495 INTO HOUSING, MORE A proposed zoning change to facilitate a mixed-use development at the vacant IBM campus has Planning Board backing. . .Read More

AUG. 16 2022 SOMERVILLE LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING SECURES $230 MILLION IN FINANCING JLL Capital Markets announced today that it has arranged a $230 million construction loan for the development of 15 McGrath Highway, a speculative life sciences development totaling 262,000 square feet . . .Read More

AUG. 15 2022, CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY ON A 200-UNIT Quincy Center PROJECT Foundation Construction has begun on 1170 and 1200 Hancock Street in Quincy. Currently under construction, plans call for an adaptive reuse of a Masonic Temple and a new neighboring mixed-use building featuring 201 residential units . . .Read More

AUG. 10 2022, HARVARD GETS $208 MILLION BOOST TOWARD CLIMATE GOALS Harvard University has received a $208 million tax-exempt state bond to support climate-friendly initiatives at a science and engineering complex and a residential community in Allston and a dorm in Cambridge . . .Read More

JULY 7 2022,LONG-PLANED FORT POINT DEVELOPMENT EYED FOR R&D USE. The owner of a long vacant and boarded up former Boston Wharf Co. building at 7 Channel Center St. has filed plans with the BPDA to replace it with a nine-story building aimed at Boston's burgeoning research-and-development market...Read More

JULY 1 2022, MEDICINE, ACADIA HEALTHCARE BUILDING $65 MILLION BEHAVIORAL HEALTH FACILITY IN MALDEN Acadia Healthcare Company, Inc. today announced that it has formed a joint venture with Tufts Medicine, one of Massachusetts' elite health systems. The partnership anticipates building a new 144-bed behavioral health hospital. . .Read More

JUNE 29 2022, TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT'S COMING TO SOUTHIE'S FORMER EDISON POWER PLANT It's official: a dormant coal-fired plant that once powered the city of Boston will be transformed into 1.68 million square feet of mixed-use space . . .Read More

JUNE 2 2022, DEVELOPER SET TO BUY 95-ACRE TANK FAR SITE NEAR ENCORE CASINO IN EVERETT Prominent Boston developer The Davis Companies has reached an agreement to buy a roughly 100-acre tank farm in Everett from ExxonMobil, positioning one of the largest available development sites near Boston for a sprawling mixed-use project. . .Read More

JUNE 1 2022, WU HAILS OPPORTUNITY AT ALLSTON RAILYARD Allston has been divided in half by the Massachusetts Turnpike for six decades. Now, the Wu and Baker administrations are taking a major step in a $2 billion project that would stitch the neighborhood back together over the next two decades. . . Read More

MAY 12 2022, WU TO LAUNCH A NEW ERA OF SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION, PLEDGING $2 BILLION TO REVAMP CITY'S SCHOOL FACILITIES Mayor Michelle Wu pledged Thursday to spend $2 billion to overhaul Boston's deteriorating school facilities, under an ambitious effort that would begin with 14 new school buildings or major renovations . . .Read More

MAY 10 2022, CENTRAL MASS. MICROGRID AMONG FIRST IN MASS. TO COMBINE SOLAR, DC FAST EV CHARGING Customers stopping at the Alltown Fresh service station in Ayer can bank on the lights staying on during local power outages thanks to an innovative . . .Read More

APRIL 29 2022, BUILDING ON BOSTON'S GROWTH The pandemic hasn't done much to stop the unabated pipeline of new construction in the Boston area . . .Read More

APRIL 21 2022, NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION IS UP, BUT PROJECTS ARE STALLING AT A HIGHER RATE There's more new home construction happening now than in the years leading up to the Covid-19 pandemic, as ...Read More