Boston development

Developers increasingly eye West Roxbury: 138-unit condo project proposed for Baker Street
12/18/15
Prroposed senior apartments on O'Connor Way in South Boston New apartments for seniors proposed for South Boston
12/17/15
Proposed Cote Village building in Mattapan Decaying old car dealership to make way for apartments near Mattapan Square
12/15/15
Architect David O'Sullivan shows off proposed apartments at 4945 Washington St. in West Roxbury Apartments proposed to replace old garage in West Roxbury
12/14/15
Charter school looks to build new school building across from Boston Latin Academy
12/14/15
Proposed new building in East Boston Jeffries Point could get new residential building that doesn't look exactly like every single other new residential building in the city
12/12/15
Proposed Indigo Block development Purple development on Indigo Line in Uphams Corner would add residential, light industrial space
12/11/15
Proposed building in South Boston Latest plans to replace a South Boston bar with a residential building formally filed
12/11/15
BRA board votes to keep its extra powers over wide swaths of the city
12/11/15
BRA approves condos for Roslindale Square
12/11/15
Developers could soon have to pay more into an affordable-housing fund to build in the city's fastest-growing areas
12/8/15
Architect's rendering of Waterside building on South Boston waterfront Developer wants to put residential tower on South Boston waterfront land once set aside for a supermarket
12/2/15
City, developer once again at odds over Aquarium-garage project
12/1/15
Architect's rendering of proposed Guest Street apartments New Balance says proposed apartments will turn Brighton street into 24/7 neighborhood
12/1/15
Five-story apartment building proposed for Forest Hills dead end; neighbors aghast
11/23/15
Developer plans 700 apartments near Boston Medical Center
11/18/15
West End residents picket BRA over proposed residential tower
11/17/15
Proposed residential and office towers at Government Center Government Center Garage tower developers sick of old Boston architecture; vow bold new designs for a new century
11/16/15

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