Articles Posted in the " Boston " Category

  • Assembly Square may be home to The New England Revolution

    Assembly Square may be home to The New England Revolution

    The New England Revolution, a professional soccer club based in Foxborough, may be moving. The owner of the club, The Kraft Group, is interested in constructing a new $100 million soccer stadium in Assembly Square, Somerville. Currently, the team plays at Gilette Stadium, which has a massive capacity of 68,756. Unfortunately for the Revolution, the […]


  • JP Licks returns to the Back Bay!

    JP Licks returns to the Back Bay!

    After the closing of Jp Licks ice cream on Newbury Street, the ice cream shop has announced they will be returning to a new location in the Back Bay! Looney Tunes, Boylston St. (below) JP Licks on Newbury before closing (below) The new location is the former “Looney Tunes” record store on Boylston Street, near […]


  • 162,000 Square feet of space signed at Technology Square

    162,000 Square feet of space signed at Technology Square

    Today at 400 Technology Square in Cambridge leases totaling 162,000 square feet have been signed. The involved companies were as follows: The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), The Ragon Institute Harvard University Epizyme Warp Drive Bio Aramco Services Co. Alexandria Real Estate Equities (NYSE: ARE), an owner, operator, and developer of life science office and […]


  • What’s Shakin’ Boston?

    What’s Shakin’ Boston?

    Brace yourselves Boston – the phenomenal Shake Shack is making its way here next year! The chain is set to open its first store at the Chestnut Hill Shopping Center next year. I had the pleasure of enjoying one of Shake Shack’s burgers at their brand new New Haven, Connecticut location this weekend. Although the […]


  • Frye Boots Co. to Open Shop On Newbury

    Frye Boots Co. to Open Shop On Newbury

    Charley’s Eating and Drinking Saloonon Newbury closed its door’s less than a week ago.  Now Frye Boot Co. is looking to open up shop in Charley’s place.  Looking to sign as early as Friday, the 8,000 square foot property will undoubtedly be off the market soon. Frye Boots is a 149-year-old company, and has its […]


  • North End Brought Over

    North End Brought Over

    Love fine Italian food? Good news, the Italian sisters who opened NEBO, or The North End Boston restaurant are set to open another location at Atlantic Wharf by next year. (Above Left, The sister’s new location in Atlantic Wharf, Above Right, The sister’s existing location in Boston’s North End) The Pallotta sisters, Carla and Christine […]


  • Ground Broken for New Apartment Complex in Boston’s Chinatown

    Ground Broken for New Apartment Complex in Boston’s Chinatown

    On Friday, September 21st construction workers broke ground on a 26 story high-rise apartment building in Boston’s Chinatown. The project was approved in 2008; however, construction was delayed due to a redesign of the original building (Boston Business Journal). (Below: a rendering of the 26 story apartment building) Forest City Enterprises, a large real estate […]


  • The Quincy Corridor Revitalization

    The Quincy Corridor Revitalization

    On September 1st, 2011 the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development announced that it will allocate one of five Choice Neighborhoods Initiative grants to the redevelopment of the Dorchester Quincy Street Corridor, as well as the Woodledge/Morrant Bay Apartments. Implemented for the first time this year, Choice Neighborhoods Initiative grants are awarded to five […]


  • Atlantic Wharf Tower Occupancy Rate Reaches 100%

    Atlantic Wharf Tower Occupancy Rate Reaches 100%

    The Atlantic Wharf tower, built in 2011, along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway has no more available space. McKinsey and Co., a global consulting firm bought 35,000 square feet of office space in the tower. Above, Boston’s $550 million Atlantic Wharf Tower This was all of the tower’s remaining space; McKinsey and Co. will be […]


  • South End’s Olde Dutch Cottage Candy Makes Way for Luxury Condominiums

    South End’s Olde Dutch Cottage Candy Makes Way for Luxury Condominiums

    Today, PEG Properties & Design began deconstructing the historic South End’s Old Dutch Cottage Candy store. The store, which is considered to be South End’s oldest free standing retail store [Bostonglobe.com], will make way for a beautiful new condominium building, which is to be priced at around $3 Million per unit. The condominium building, elegantly […]


  • Whole Foods Market

    Whole Foods Market

    Whole Foods Market, a high-end organic food store dubbed, “America’s Healthiest Grocery Store,” is making its way into Massachusetts—and fast. The construction of six new Whole Foods Markets in Massachusetts has not yet been confirmed; however, the grocer is reportedly in negotiations to either lease or purchase, “6 of 10 Johnnie’s Foodmaster sites in Arlington, […]


  • Millennium Partners take Boston

    Millennium Partners take Boston

    Last Thursday, the Boston Redevelopment Authority approved real estate developer Millennium Partners’ $615 million proposal to redevelop One Franklin Street in Downtown Crossing. The project will include a 625 foot structure, Millennium Tower, as well as a renovated Burnham Building. Plans include “600 condominiums and apartments, up to 218,000 square feet of office space and […]