Tags: Redevelopment

Rafi Properties pursues $3.3B Somerville ‘tough tech’ mega-campus

By Greg Ryan The real estate firm behind Somerville’s Somernova business campus is proposing to replace the low-slung structures now on the site with a $3.3 billion redevelopment featuring five significantly taller buildings aimed at “tough tech” tenants. Right now, the 7.5-acre Somernova campus — located off Somerville Avenue, a half-mile west of Union Square — […]

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Portion of Cambridegside Site Sold for $156M

via bldup.com Safehold has acquired the 20 Cambridgeside Place condo unit with the Cambridgeside Mall site for $156,435,583.82. Work is currently underway for the transformative redevelopment of the full site to create around 650,000 square feet of office, life science, and residential space. At 20 CambridgeSide concrete floor decks are being placed and structural steel install is also […]

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New Life into Old Office Spaces in Boston

Pumping New Life into Old Space

  Agents everywhere are bound to eventually face the task of turning a less than appealing office building into a place where tenants will be excited to work. The rising number of millennials entering the workforce has in turn created a rising demand for trendy, creative, yet efficient work spaces. While reinvigorating an old space […]

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NorthPoint set to begin construction

In less than a week from now, the massive redevelopment project of NorthPoint will take a major step forward. The ceremonial groundbreaking of one of the project’s apartment towers is scheduled for Wednesday May 29th. Located on a 45-acre parcel of land in Cambridge at the edge of the Charles River, the property is expected […]

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Update: Kendall Square development

The redevelopment of Kendall Square has received zoning approval from the city of East Cambridge. The 26 acres owned by MIT have been rezoned and construction will likely transform the area into a center for innovation. The approval Monday allows the construction of two 300-foot-high buildings—provided that any space above 250 feet is residential. On […]

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Redesign for the Mall at Chestnut Hill

Simon Property Groups has announced plans to expand the original footprint of the Mall at Chestnut Hill in order to accommodate three new restaurants as well as improvements to the façade of the building. The changes have been attributed to competition amongst retail developments around Route 9. New blueprints filed with the city include plans […]

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