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Boston-based Accordia Partners has plans to build a 5.9-million-square-foot mixed-use development, including housing, office, lab and retail and restaurant space, at the Bayside Expo Center site and Santander Bank offices at 2 Morrissey Blvd. in Dorchester, according to a letter of intent filed Thursday with the Boston Planning and Development Agency.

Bay Village’s 132 Arlington Street has traded for $9.25 million to a well-known Boston developer—but it’s going to stay a parking lot for a bit longer.

Construction on the multi-building Washington Village project near the Red Line’s Andrew Square stop in the Dorchester-South Boston borderlands could start by this summer, according to a recent presentation from the development team.

A skyscraper decades in the making is finally poised to rise over South Station and commuters who regularly travel through Boston’s second-busiest transportation hub will face a variety of impacts.

Construction of a 15-story, 90-room Cambria Hotel at 104 Canal St., at Valenti Way, should finally begin next year, five years after the city awarded a building permit, a lawyer for the property owner told the Zoning Board of Appeal today.

The busiest trauma center in the region is announcing a major expansion could be on the horizon to keep up with demand. Boston Medical Center revealed it could add as much as 600,000 square feet of construction over the next decade.

The 742-foot One Dalton started opening in May 2019, a signature milestone for the tallest new building in Boston since 1976.

HOLYOKE — Amazon has already begun $5.6 million in renovation work for its new distribution center at 161 Lower Westfield Road, and has told the local career center it is looking for a venue to host a hiring fair and fill 235 jobs.

The airport handled 40.9 million passengers in 2018, according to Massport, placing the airport ahead of legacy airline hubs like Philadelphia International Airport and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. While those airports are dominated by one large airline, Boston hosts smaller “focus city” operations like JetBlue and Delta Air Lines.

The airport handled 40.9 million passengers in 2018, according to Massport, placing the airport ahead of legacy airline hubs like Philadelphia International Airport and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. While those airports are dominated by one large airline, Boston hosts smaller “focus city” operations like JetBlue and Delta Air Lines.