Opponents of Boston's luxury housing boom are warning of another prospective danger beyond raising rents and forcing out longtime residents -- tax evasion and money laundering under the cover of the multimillion-dollar condos sprouting through the sky.
This has been a long time coming and now it’s here: The 742-foot Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences One Dalton Street—a.k.a. One Dalton—is scheduled to officially top off on August 7.
As expected, the Boston Planning & Development Agency on August 16 signed off on plans to redevelop the former site of the Boston Flower Exchange in the South End into a 1.6 million-square-foot, four-building technology and life sciences hub.
An agreement between Toronto-based AccorHotels, the Saunders Hotel Group, and the Noannet Group is expected to spawn a 400-foot tower at the corner of Trinity Place and Stuart Street in Back Bay.
Neil Goldberg takes a walk into the his front counter area of his store where customers are greeted by Arthur and Nelson who have worked at Allied for over 18 years. Here customers are welcomed and can order products from our vast product line.
Boston – The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board of Directors approved five development projects and one Notice of Project Change (NPC) at the March board meeting.
The Massachusetts Port Authority will require developers to factor in enhancements to “the public realm” when pitching projects for its properties on the South Boston waterfront.