Kendall Square will finally get its grocery store – a 19,000-square-foot Brothers Marketplace that will open in the summer of 2019 at One Broadway as part of a larger construction project by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The Hubway bike rental system is continues to grow, moving into a new phase with a five-year contract that takes some $800,000 off Cambridge’s annual budget by leaning less on municipal funding and more on sponsorships and advertising.
A new regional 14-city housing partnership has formed to speed housing construction throughout the Boston metropolitan region – with a focus on building a variety of unit sizes […]
A used-car dealership is approved to take over a prominent space on Fresh Pond Parkway in the Alewife neighborhood, operating in conjunction with the same family’s Mobil gas station and Abe’s Complete Auto Service to its rear.
Cambridge Health Alliance and CareWell Urgent Care, the growing chain of standalone clinics that offers fast daytime, evening and weekend appointments for non-emergency medical problems that can’t wait, have formed a clinical affiliation.
The Evergood Market space, empty for almost a year and a half on Massachusetts Avenue between Harvard and Porter squares, is being held so it can become another neighborhood grocery store.
Members of the Alewife Working Group and some city councillors are on one side of a key issue about the future of the neighborhood, and city planners are on the other – ironic, since the issue is bridges.
The World’s Only Curious George Store has reached an agreement with Regency Centers that will allow it to remain in Harvard Square – somewhere in the four-story retail and office project now called The Abbot Buildings.
Target will take over 28,893 square feet over two stories – around 7,900 square feet bigger than the two-level Target that opened in Central Square in early March – at the Porter Square Galleria across from the red line T stop and commuter rail in Porter Square.
Businesses in Harvard Square worry they’ll be further hurt by a contractor’s request for an additional six hours a day through June to make noise – going until midnight, potentially seven days a week.