New Boston Changing Old Salem Jail Plan
Salem, Mass. —Construction is slated to begin this May on the Old Salem Jail property.
Northeast and Mid-Atlantic At-A-Glance
What ever happened to Boston’s high barriers to development? Builders finished 5,100 new apartments here in 2007, according to the research arm of Marcus & Millichap.
BofA Buys Countrywide
Charlotte, N.C.—Bank of America announced plans to buy troubled home loan giant Countrywide for about $4 billion Jan. 11.
Donovan Returns to Entrepreneurial Mode
Boston—For Peter Donovan, the convergence of investment sales and real estate finance represents an exciting new frontier.
Delta Air Lines Terminal A, Boston
Logan International Airport in Boston currently ranks 20th in the nation in passenger volume, according to its website, and in the mid-1990s it initiated a modernization project, mainly to improve roadways and terminals. To that end, the airport and Delta Air Lines wanted to create “a terminal to...
BOSTON—Officials here may increase the amount of lowincome housing tax credits (LIHTCs) that they set aside to finance projects to preserve existing affordable housing.
Q&A with Tom Bledsoe, president of the Housing Partnership Network
TOM BLEDSOE is president of the Housing Partnership Network, an award-winning alliance of some of the nation’s top nonprofit development organizations.
Tom Dixon has joined Boston Capital’s originations department as vice president and has opened a Los Angeles office.
Institute of Contemporary Art
It is not often that an institution is able to completely reinvent itself, but that is exactly what the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in Boston has been able to do, and with it, set a new tone for the city's art and museum scene.
Gatehouse Mixes Supportive Housing with SmallBusiness
BOSTON, MASS. - The new Gatehouse building isn’t just home to 14 recently homeless individuals or people at risk of becoming homeless.