Tim Logan

Logan writes about real estate and development for the Globe. Before that he covered housing at the Los Angeles Times, economic development at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and news and business beats for papers in New York and Indiana. He’s a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and has a master’s in urban affairs from St. Louis University.

Latest stories

Boston councilors back Winthrop Sq. skyscraper proposal

By , Globe Staff

Council members voted 10-3 to rewrite 25-year-old laws restricting shadows on two historic parks.

Council leans toward easing of shadow law, despite critics

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Mayor Walsh appears to have enough backing to get state law revised so a skyscraper can be built on Winthrop Square.

Aquarium seeks financial guarantee from garage-site developer

By , Globe Staff

The nonprofit New England Aquarium says three years of construction next door could threaten its existence.

A new life for long-empty storefront in Downtown Crossing?

By , Globe Staff

The building with the closed Barnes & Noble has been sold, and a redevelopment is planned.