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975 Boylston St. rendering Life-sciences labs and affordable housing proposed for space over turnpike and Green Line on Boylston Street in the Back Bay
Covid-19 delays in court proceedings don't help contractor that had trouble figuring out who to sue when it didn't get paid for work on North Station movie theater
409 Huntington Ave. rendering 5-story MFA neighbor would become 19-story MFA neighbor under developer's plans
Rendering of proposed new Belgrade Avenue building Developer files plans for 124-unit apartment building where it once proposed a charter school on Belgrade Avenue in Roslindale
Tasty Burger moving out of one of the last single-story buildings on Boylston Street in the Fenway
Developer readies plans to convert large, crumbling former church in Jamaica Plain into apartments and performance space
Rendering of 63 Belgrade Ave. Board approves plan to replace old Roslindale funeral home with apartments
Rendeirng of proposed 34 Oak St. building Board rejects plan to replace old Hyde Park funeral home with apartments
Cross Street hotel rendering Board approves new hotel along Greenway in the North End
New Mattapan residential buildings would include one that combines apartments for foster families and seniors willing to mentor the foster kids
Car crushed, person injured when object plunges 16 stories from building under construction in the Seaport
Wu looks at banning fossil-fuel use in new development, major renovation projects
Stop-work order posted outside demolition site A bit late: City orders halt to demolition of West Roxbury house after it's already been demolished
What's left of 19th century house on Centre Street, with backhoe on top Developer wastes no time tearing down 19th-century house on Centre Street in West Roxbury to make way for 21st-century condos
Shuttered Allston post office could be torn down to make way for apartments
40 Soldiers Field Pl. rendering No Freudian slip: Board approves new apartment building called the Sigmund off Soldiers Field Road in Brighton
Man who bought old Tunnel Administration building in the North End wants to turn it into that rarest of North End things: A single-family house
West 2nd Street rendering Squid to make way for apartments along West 2nd Street in South Boston