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Tagged: DowntownBoston

New #Residential units in #Dorchester #EastBoston #DowntownBoston #Massachusetts Approved for #Redevelopment #NewConstruction #RealEstateDevelopment

December 3rd, 2018 | DowntownBoston

BPDA Board approves 135 new residential units in Dorchester, East Boston and Downtown BOSTON–The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board of Directors approved three new development projects and two Notice of Project Changes (NPC) at their November meeting. The projects will generate a total of 135 new residential units in the neighborhoods of Dorchester, East […]

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

September 17th, 2018 | DowntownBoston

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 […]

$750 Million #BackBay Tower #OneDalton Tops Off​! #Boston #DowntownBoston #NewConstruction #Skyline #RealEstate #Attorney

August 14th, 2018 | DowntownBoston

$750 Million Back Bay Tower One Dalton Tops Off​ – https://mailchi.mp/bldup/750-million-back-bay-tower-one-dalton-tops-off

Own the old #BostonGarden scoreboard #BusinessLaw #Attorney #DowntownBoston #Sports

August 12th, 2018 | DowntownBoston

Own the old Boston Garden’s scoreboard Arsenal Yards project in Watertown means relic needs a new home—its owner teases possibility of a sale

#Bikers #pedestrians #motorists #buses whom or what should the city prioritize when #Boston old Northern Avenue Bridge reopens? #CommercialRealEstate #Attorney

August 12th, 2018 | DowntownBoston

Bikers, pedestrians, motorists, or buses—whom or what should the city prioritize when the old Northern Avenue Bridge reopens? Cars, buses, bikes, feet—interested parties circle Seaport-to-downtown span

New #DowntownCrossing plaza with seating and a bike lane will also test traffic patterns #RealEstateDevelopment #CommercialRealEstate #Attorney

August 12th, 2018 | DowntownBoston

New Downtown Crossing plaza with seating and a bike lane will also test traffic patterns City might make so-called Tortine Crescent along Franklin Street permanent

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