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650 Apartment Unit Smith breaks ground #Boston #SouthEnd #Massachusetts #RealEsateDevelopment Real Estate Lawyer

September 23rd, 2018 | Real Estate Law

The 650 Apartment Unit Smith breaks ground in Boston’s South End Two-building project spread over 3.1 acres off Albany Street The developers behind one of the largest new projects in Boston—a 650-unit apartment complex at Dedham and Albany streets in the busy, busy South End—officially broke ground on it on September 18. Formerly known as […]

#SouthBoston 650-unit Washington Village could advance with new #RealEstateDeveloper #RealEstateDevelpment #RealEstateAttorney

September 21st, 2018 | Real Estate Law

South Boston’s 650-unit Washington Village could advance with new developer Plans for multi-building project between Dorchester and Old Colony avenues stretch back to 2016 Three-year-old plans to build at least 656 apartments and condos in multiple buildings on a 5-acre site between Old Colony and Dorchester avenues in South Boston could advance now that one […]

#Milton #Massachusetts Ranked Among Most Expensive Housing Markets in the Country #RealEstateClosing #ClosingAttorney #RealEstateLas

September 21st, 2018 | Real Estate Law

Nearly 20-acre Hood Park #RealEstateDevelopment in #Charlestown #Boston adds more housing and parkland #ClosingAttorney #RealEstateLaw #Lawyer

September 20th, 2018 | Real Estate Law

Nearly 20-acre Hood Park development in Charlestown adds more housing and parkland Recent changes also call for one-acre park and 15-year timeline The developer behind the redevelopment of the nearly 20-acre Hood Park site at Rutherford Avenue and D Street in Charlestown has proposed changes to the mega-project through a mid-September filing with the Boston […]

Governor Baker Signs Bill Supporting #Redevelopment of Historic Buildings in #Salem #Massachusetts #RealEstate

September 20th, 2018 | Real Estate Law

Governor Baker Signs Bill Supporting Redevelopment of Historic Buildings in Salem BOSTON – Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker joined Salem Mayor Kimberley Driscoll, local legislators, city officials and members of the Baker-Polito Administration for a ceremonial bill signing ceremony for legislation authorizing the sale of two historic public facilities to the Salem Redevelopment Authority, which plans to […]

#Somerville controversial #Metro9 #condos on sale starting at $465,000 #Condominiums #RealEstateLaw

September 20th, 2018 | Real Estate Law

Somerville’s controversial Metro9 condos on sale starting at $465,000 Eight-story building’s 100 units started life as apartments known as Millbrook Lofts Several listings for the eight-story, 100-unit Metro9 condo complex between East Somerville and Inner Belt in Somerville have dropped recently, completing a conversion from apartments that began in late 2017. That conversion proved controversial, […]

Omni Hotel #Seaport is going to be something special. Site work is underway following ground breaking earlier this summer #boston #construction #NewConstruciton

September 19th, 2018 | Real Estate Law

2021 can’t come soon enough. The Omni Hotel Seaport is going to be something special. Site work is underway following ground breaking earlier this summer. Read more about the project >>> http://ow.ly/ptkx30lwTb1#bldup #boston #omnihotel #seaport #construction #2021 […]

South Coast Improvement Company Wins $2 Million #RenovationProject to Build #Brockton Medical Marijuana Dispensary #RealEstateDevelopment

September 19th, 2018 | Real Estate Law

South Coast Improvement Company Wins $2 Million Renovation Project to Build Brockton Medical Marijuana Dispensary BROCKTON, MA–South Coast Improvement Company, a design-build general contractor serving New England and the Mid-Atlantic states, recently began work on a $2 million renovation project to construct a medical marijuana dispensary at 1090 West Chestnut Street in Brockton, MA for […]

#Boston #ParkingGarage R.I.P. #RealEstateDevelopment #RealEstateAttorney

September 17th, 2018 | Real Estate Law

The Boston parking garage, R.I.P. Proposed Motor Mart Garage conversion latest example of officials and developers rethinking the standalone buildings The recent proposal to redevelop the Motor Mart Garage at 201 Stuart Street in downtown Boston, Massachusetts — once the largest automobile garage on Earth — underscores just how far out of favor the conventional […]

#Boston area NIMBYs dominate meetings about new #RealEstateDevelopment Analysis #RealEstateLawyer

September 17th, 2018 | Real Estate Law

Boston-area NIMBYs dominate meetings about new development: Analysis Boston University study of meetings in 97 towns might confirm what some already suspected People who oppose building more multifamily housing in the Boston region tend to show up and speak at community meetings regarding new development more than proponents. That is according to a new study […]

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