Revisions and analysis come five days before the Planning Board is scheduled to discuss the Central Square proposal.
Revisions and analysis were posted just before close of business Thursday, five days before the Planning Board is scheduled to discuss the Central Square proposal.
Complaints of labor abuses by the contractor for an Alewife development brought calls for Cambridge to be as good about enforcing labor standards as it is at talking about them.
Somerville’s Richard Burck Associates has been selected as winner of the Connect Kendall open space design contest with a plan that extends the Broad Canal to the 14-acre Volpe area expected to open to redevelopment in the next few years.
The once-in-a-lifetime chance to remake 14 acres in the heart of Kendall Square includes few certainties, and city councillors said Monday that they all too aware of that.
The Normandy/Twining zoning petition is going to the full City Council with a favorable recommendation for adoption from a council Ordinance Committee meeting Wednesday.
Developers promising 47 units of affordable and middle-income units out of 230 say they “know of no other private developer-owner that has offered such a permanent contribution with this type of income mix without taxpayer subsidies.”
After seeing a building permit issued for part of the Silver Maple Forest in Belmont, people worried about flooding and the loss of open space aren’t going to be happy to hear the news from Arlington.
The Planning Board is poised to approve a 280-unit Kendall Square residential project Tuesday, after years of delay and uncertainty. But affordable housing advocates have questions, if not demands.
A property owner’s long-in-the-making meeting with the city manager and council order has resulted in action on an abandoned apartment complex considered a blight for more than a decade.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology got the go-ahead Thursday to tear down one of its undergraduate dorms, the 104-year-old Bexley Hall, after failing to stop its deterioration.