Columnist

Paul McMorrow

Paul McMorrow is an associate editor at CommonWealth magazine, where he writes about state politics and public policy. Prior to CommonWealth, he covered commercial real estate and development at Banker & Tradesman. He previously wrote about local politics for Boston magazine and Boston’s Weekly Dig. He is also a regular contributor to BeerAdvocate magazine. His work has been recognized by the City and Regional Magazine Association, the New England Press Association and the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies.

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Boston’s best new buildings

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Filene’s and the Ferdinand are both special for similar reasons.

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Newton should infuse new life into tired office park

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A plan to develop the leafy Wells Avenue office park has run head-on into a common roadblock.

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Coming soon: neighborhood feel in Seaport

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It’s here, at an old parking lot, that the work of turning the district into a genuine city neighborhood will happen.

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Harbor Garage debate finds common ground

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A possible skating rink space has unexpectedly become the major flashpoint.