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By adamg - 4/25/24 - 1:24 pm

The new owner of 110 Canal St. near the Garden says it will soon file plans to turn the empty seven-story building into an 82-room hotel. Read more.

By adamg - 12/4/21 - 10:21 am

The Boston Licensing Board this week voted to grant a license for a 12-room boutique hotel at 234 Newbury St., where guests will check in via a remote call center. Read more.

By adamg - 11/10/20 - 9:11 am

Developer William Caulder says he will soon file plans with the BPDA for a six-story, 135-room hotel on Cross Street between Salem and Endicott streets, along the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Read more.

By adamg - 11/6/20 - 1:36 pm

SKW Partners today said it will file plans to replace the current James Hook seafood outlet on Atlantic Avenue with a 305-foot-tall hotel. Read more.

By adamg - 7/9/20 - 4:26 pm

Northeastern University says it hopes to take over the entire Midtown Hotel and to lease floors in the Westin Copley Place to serve as dorms after eliminating on-campus triples and similar spaces and setting aside 500 campus rooms to quarantine any students who contract Covid-19. Read more.

By adamg - 7/6/20 - 4:38 pm

The Boston City Council this week considers a proposal from Councilor Lydia Edwards (East Boston, North End, Charlestown) to ask Boston hotels to clean and sanitize rooms daily, even for guests who have stays longer than a night. Read more.

By adamg - 10/17/15 - 3:33 pm

The BRA board this week gave its nod to $75 million worth of development along Melnea Cass Boulevard.

The BRA board approved a 76-apartment proposal for Melnea Cass near Tremont Street. Madison Park Development Corp. will spend $37 million to erect the five-story building, which the BRA says will help turn Melnea Cass into a neighborhood street, rather than remaining as a bypass left over from the days when it was planned as part of an Interstate highway. Read more.

By adamg - 10/13/15 - 8:04 pm
Proposed expansion of Holiday Inn in Dorchester

Architect's vision.

The Holiday Inn Express off the Southeast Expressway in Dorchester is seeking BRA permission to add 60 rooms for budget-conscious visitors to Boston. Read more.

By hyattboycott - 9/19/09 - 6:29 pm

Unfortunately, Hyatt doesn't value its room cleaning staff one cent above minimum wage, because what they've done is to outsource all the housekeeping jobs to a minimum wage company that provides no benefits to its workers. If that's the priority Hyatt places on its room cleaning services, do you want to stay there again?

Here's a link to the WBZ story on the layoffs.

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