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If you were near TD Garden last fall and looked up about 200 feet, there’s a good chance you saw Heather Daly. She operated the crane above The Hub on Causeway.
Construction on the 2.9 million-square-foot, multi-building Bulfinch Crossing complex in downtown Boston continues apace this spring. These new photos come courtesy of Iron Workers Local 7 and developer HYM Investment Group.
February construction spending was up 1% from January to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1.3 trillion, according to the latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Boston Children’s Hospital is building a pedestrian bridge at the intersection of Longwood Avenue and Blackfan Street, Boston. The bridge will provide direct pedestrian access between the Patient and Family Parking Garage and a new lobby above the main hospital’s entrance, making hospital trips safer and more convenient for patients and visitors.
Salesforce wasn’t seen as a major player in Boston’s technology scene until the firm hired Lexington native Keith Block in 2013 as president and vice chairman. The company currently has offices in Back Bay, Cambridge and Burlington, but it is looking to boost its profile with a trophy office.
Massachusetts General Hospital says it will spend more than $1 billion to expand its Boston campus to address growing capacity challenges.
The Pawtucket Red Sox, a Triple-A Minor League Baseball team, announced that they will move to Worcester, Massachusetts by 2021. The move includes a new, 10,000-seat stadium in the city’s Canal District and a new name – the Worcester Red Sox (WooSox).
The approximately 14-acre, 1.76 million-square-foot Boston Landing in Brighton continues to unfold—the latest addition is the Celtics’ practice facility, which officially topped off in August.
According to a Wall Street Journal analysis of state and local revenue collection and spending, public agencies are increasing their infrastructure investments and making a dent in projects that have been on back burners for many years.
This week, the Board of Directors of the Boston Planning & Development Agency approved three new development projects that will generate a total of 257 residential units and 89 jobs upon their completion.