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Boston development

Not all towns fighting state requirement to make multi-family housing easier to build near T stops
Rendering of proposed 66 Cambridge St. In Charlestown, two developers win approval for new life-sciences complex while another readies plans for new residential complex
One group of residents drops suit against Roslindale apartment building, but another group continues legal battle
Rendering of proposed 500 Western Ave. New Western Avenue apartment building will feature public parking to replace on-street spots planned for removal
Rendering of proposed 141 Addison St. Condo proposal caught between old and new zoning wins approval on Addison Street in East Boston
Schematic of old convent building and extension behind it by Context Board approves plans to add four-story extension to old Dorchester convent for housing
Proposed building on Grove Street at Washington Street Developer proposes residential building on Grove Street in West Roxbury, on block that is now home to neighborhood's only Venezuelan restaurant
Front and rear renderings of proposed condo building Board rejects Dorchester condo plan that would have turned two backyards into a parking lot
Judge doesn't think much of lawsuit by Roslindale residents against a proposed apartment building, but says they can continue if they put up a $200,000 bond
55-57 Belgrade Ave. rendering Condo building proposed next to where apartment building is going up on Belgrade Avenue in Roslindale Square
Developer proposes converting offices in three older Downtown Crossing buildings into 95 apartments
Rendering of proposed new life-sciences building Developer proposes ten-story life-sciences building at the edge of the Seaport to go with the ten-story life-sciences building it's already building there
BPDA sues Dorchester building owners it says promised to rent an apartment as affordable, but didn't
Port Norfolk development frays: One of its developers sues the other
Government Center garage gone Goodness gracious, Government Center garage gone for good
Group of Navy Yard residents sue to block conversion of failed hotel into affordable housing, including units for people trying to get out of homelessness
Rendering of proposed new Faneuil Gardens development Developer unwraps plans for complete rebuild and expansion of Faneuil Gardens development in Brighton
Proposed three-unit condo building Some Savin Hill Avenue residents sue to block plan to enlarge single-family home into three condos