Tim Logan is Deputy Business Editor, helping to run day-to-day operations of the paper’s 20-person Business team and overseeing coverage of housing, commercial real estate and economic development. Before becoming an editor in 2021, Tim was the Globe’s urban development reporter and covered Greater Boston’s real estate boom of the 2010s and the housing crisis that emerged with it.
Prior to joining the Globe in 2015, Tim worked as a reporter at the Los Angeles Times, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Middletown (NY) Times Herald-Record and the South Bend Tribune. His stories have won national prizes, including a Gerald Loeb Award for Business Journalism for a series on real estate development incentives in St. Louis.
Tim grew up in Boston, reading the Globe, graduated from the University of Notre Dame and has a masters degree in urban affairs from Saint Louis University. You can follow him on whatever we call Twitter now at @bytimlogan, or reach him by e-mail at Tim.Logan@globe.com.