Moving around Boston these days one cannot help but notice all the cranes, scaffolding, construction related detours and rapidly changing look and feel of the city. It seems like almost every week a new, major construction project is being announced. Over at the Boston Business Journal they have done a great job creating an interactive map to show many of the projects in process, and proposed. ... Read More ›



Anyone driving into Boston from the South will have noticed the major construction along the highway outside the city that has been going on for over a year. Since its approval in 2013, a major develop in Boston’s Brighton neighborhood has been underway. Boston Landing is a massive development along the Massachusetts Turnpike spanning over 15 acres. Located in Brighton, it stands out as a ... Read More ›


West End Tower

A proposal has been submitted for a high-rise residential tower to be built on the site of the West End Garage. Located near the TD Garden, the West End Garage is a four-story concrete structure that was built along with many other unsightly garages in Boston during the 1960’s. The current garage has over 650 parking spaces for West End residents and people attending sports events or concerts ... Read More ›

Lovejoy wharf rendering

Lovejoy Wharf

Lovejoy Wharf Located between the TD Garden and the Charlestown Bridge, the Lovejoy Wharf Development is part of several new projects located in an area known as the Bulfinch Triangle. Nestled between the West End and the North End, the Bulfinch Triangle has been long overdue for a makeover since the completion of the Big Dig. The Lovejoy Wharf Development has three major stages. The first ... Read More ›



Over the past two years, a proposal has been in the works for a major expansion of Boston’s South Station. Lawmakers in support of the project point out that this expansion would have benefits for the entire State. Originally built in 1899, South Station had over 28 tracks to bring people into Boston. After the turn of the century and the rise of the automobile, public transit fell out of favor ... Read More ›


Four Seasons Tower

Construction has started on another new high-rise building in Boston. The Four Seasons Tower will be a mixed-use building with a hotel on the lower floors and luxury condos on the upper floors. At 700 feet tall, it will become the tallest residential building in the city and the third tallest building in Boston overall. Located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, this triangular shaped high-rise ... Read More ›


Landmark Center

The Boston Redevelopment Authority has approved a major redevelopment for the Landmark Center. Located near Fenway Park, the new plan will transform the shopping center from a neighborhood enclave to an iconic residential and commercial destination. Built in 1928, the Landmark Center’s iconic Art Deco style architecture stands apart from most of the much older and traditional looking brick ... Read More ›


Fenway Center Development

Since 2007, plans have been in the works for a major development project near Fenway Park. The Fenway Center is a 1.3 million square-foot development project that would be constructed in the open space above the Massachusetts Pike. In 2014, the newly elected Mayor of Boston, Martin Walsh, was able to negotiate a $4 million tax break as an incentive for the developers of the project to move ... Read More ›

Suffolk University rendering for Nashua Street Resdience Tower

Avalon North Station Tower

Construction has started on a new high-rise residential building next to the TD Garden. This project is among several other developments near the TD Garden that were approved in the final days of the Menino administration. Along with the development planned in front the TD Garden, Avalon Tower will be one of four new high-rise buildings to surround the sports arena. Developed by AvalonBay ... Read More ›


Boston Olympic Bid

Since the announcement of an exploratory committee to analyze the possibility of bringing the 2024 Summer Olympic Games to Boston, there has been a great divide among supporters of the plan and people who strongly oppose it. Now the city of Boston has won the bid to be the official US city in the final round and is a strong contender to host the 2024 games. In January, the Boston 2024 Committee ... Read More ›

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