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Harvard lays out plans for new home for the A.R.T.

For years, the American Repertory Theater hasn’t had a dedicated rehearsal space. With the A.R.T.’s newly proposed center in Allston, that’s set to change.


Drydock turned lab space: Inside developer Jon Cronin’s plans for a unique corner of Boston’s waterfront

The restaurateur-turned-developer envisions a trio of lab buildings overlooking the drydock — one of the last of its kind on the East Coast — that together will total nearly 900,000 square feet.

On a Cape Cod golf course, the region’s housing crisis comes to a head

The 40-acre Twin Brooks Golf Course in Hyannis is the site of converging debates over the region's housing shortage, environment, and the economy itself.

With Boston’s lodging market rebounding, developers are reviving stalled hotel projects

New hotel projects are pushing forward again at City Hall, the latest sign that Boston's lodging industry is on the rebound from COVID.

Eight developers bid for big site alongside Wellington MBTA station in Medford

Interest from parties like The Davis Cos and the HYM Investment Group signals the potential for the large plot of land in a key spot along the Mystic River.

How do you build a new park in Boston? Get some of the city’s biggest companies involved.

To help with the Trustees of Reservations' first project, reviving a crumbling pier in East Boston, a number of roundtable executives opened their companies’ checkbooks.

Boston uses federal funds to beef up homeownership programs

The funds will be partially dedicated to developing vacant city-owned lots into houses that can be purchased at affordable rates.

Much-debated labs in Leather District and Fort Point win BPDA approval

The 11-story 125 Lincoln project prompted much public discussion, with some supporting the renovation that may lead to more affordable housing, and others concerned the project would create a wedge between two historic neighborhoods.