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June/July 2018 / Northeast Real Estate Business

Boston Retail Shows No Signs of Slowing

by David Cohen
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Boston’s retail landscape continues to change amid waves of sustained commercial development and growth that shows no signs of slowing. An estimated 1.2 million square feet of retail space will be delivered in 2018, up from 1.1 million square feet in 2017 and 915,000 square…

April 26, 2017 / Boston Residential

12 Boston Developments Set To Transform The City

by Allen A. Garzone II
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Hub on Causeway “Developers Boston Properties and Delaware North broke ground on this humongous project slated for the old Boston Garden site along Causeway Street in January 2016. Ultimately, the development will mean more than 1.87 million square feet of shops, restaurants, offices, hotel rooms,…

March 14, 2017 / Curbed Boston

12 Boston developments set to transform the city

by Tom Acitelli
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Boston is undoubtedly in the thick of a major building boom (even movie theater operators are getting in on the action), but some projects are boom-ier than others in terms of their scope. Here are 12 projects either underway or inching toward approval that are…

March 3, 2017 / Boston Globe

Tremont Crossing project clears important hurdle

by Tim Logan
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A long-awaited megaproject in Roxbury cleared a key city hurdle Thursday night. The board of the Boston Planning & Development Agency approved Tremont Crossing, which would put 718 apartments, a large retail center, and a new Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists at…

Aug 14, 2016 / BANKER & TRADESMAN

Roxbury Renaissance – Developers Push Long-Delayed Projects Toward Finish Line

by Steve Adams

Link to Article While cranes line the Boston skyline, vacant parcels along Tremont Street and Melnea Cass Boulevard in Roxbury testify to decades of failed attempts to get development projects off the ground. An upcoming surge of projects could bring national retailers, multiplex cinemas, a…