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South Boston building owner sues after board denies it chance to outfit the space for life sciences
OSHA investigator at the scene Construction worker fell six floors to his death in East Boston
Rendering of proposed 212 Old Colony Ave. Small apartments could replace warehouse on Old Colony Avenue in South Boston
BPDA getting ready to re-advertise long vacant parcel across from police HQ for housing, local shops and restaurants and maybe life-sciences labs
Charlestown beach in 1900 Large waterfront development proposed for Charlestown, where large developments are becoming the norm
Get ready for more life sciences along the water: Biotech developer pays Gillette $80 million for a parcel on A Street
New rendering of Wales Street proposal Apartment building for homeless families approved on Wales Street in Dorchester after it's reduced in size
Rendering of Hamilton Street proposal Non-profit proposes affordable apartments for seniors on Hamilton Street in Dorchester
Rendering of proposed 44 Ellery St. in South Boston House with three apartments in Andrew Square could be replaced with larger condo building
1395 Washington St. rendering Little restaurant row across from Cathedral of the Holy Cross could be replaced by 35 condos
Developer pledges to redo ugly Greenway entrance to Faneuil Hall Marketplace as it adds more stores, office space
Proposed condos on High Street in Dorchester Single-family house on Dorchester's Meetinghouse Hill could be replaced by 15 condos
Rendering of first phase of project Developers propose massive Sullivan Square redo on either side of 93: Three clusters of life-sciences labs, residential units and hotel rooms on 13 acres
Rendering of proposed 29 A St. It's not easy finding a place for a scrap-metal business in Boston these days
Bennington Street proposal Board rejects nine-unit residential building on Bennington Street in East Boston as too large
Rendering of proposed 202 W. 1st Street Five-story life-sciences building proposed for West 1st Street in South Boston
Faded Brighton warehouse where musicians now practice could be replaced by, you guessed it, life-sciences labs
Allandale Residences rendering Nearby residents sue to try to block rural West Roxbury development, in part because it may not be as eco-friendly as the developer once claimed