Reporter

Tim Logan

Tim Logan covers the projects, players and pocketbooks behind Boston’s building boom. From downtown towers to fast-changing city neighborhoods to the ever-evolving suburbs, Tim tracks the ways that growth and development are transforming Greater Boston and the lives of the people who call it home.

Tim has been a reporter at the Globe since 2015. He has also written about housing, development and the economy at the Los Angeles Times, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and newspapers in New York and Indiana. He grew up in Boston, graduated from the University of Notre Dame and earned a master’s in urban affairs at St. Louis University.

Latest stories

Developers revamp plans for L Street Power Station project

By , Globe Staff

They now call for fewer apartments and condos, more office space and parking, and two hotels.

Flowers out, tech in: Massive Kendall Square-like development in South End nears approval

By , Globe Staff

A huge development that could transform an old corner of the South End is poised to win key city approvals Thursday night.

Amazon’s silence on HQ2 only stokes more speculation

By , Globe Staff

Some observers have taken to seizing on the slightest whiff of a clue about where the e-commerce giant might decide to locate its coveted $8 billion complex.

1,400 sheet metal workers end 12-day strike

By Tim Logan and Allison Hagan , Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent

Boston-based Sheet Metal Workers Local 17, which had pushed for higher wages, ratified a new contract Sunday.