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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PAUL MCMORROW

No more winks, nods on big downtown projects

By Paul McMorrow, Globe Columnist

Mayor Walsh can establish his own vision for what should replace the Winthrop Square garage.

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Suffolk Downs’s silver lining: Location, location, location

By Paul McMorrow, Globe Columnist

The Gaming Commission’s decision clears the way for the largest development site in Boston to finally get on with its next act.

Paul McMorrow

Putting a real rail yard plan on the table

By Paul McMorrow, Globe Columnist

The Boston Society of Architects will map the future of one of Boston’s last development frontiers, the shuttered Beacon Park railyard in Allston.

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Small banks should stand down on Springfield foreclosure laws

By Paul McMorrow, Globe Columnist

Six small Massachusetts banks have asked the Supreme Judicial Court to roll back protections for homeowners facing foreclosure.