After more than a decade in development, the Porter Square Hotel could open to guests in mid-October, though possibly launching without its rear garden and almost certainly without its ground-floor, front-facing restaurant, the Porter House Grill.
A proposed gut rehab at three connected Harvard Square buildings could displace all of its retail and office tenants. And it’s not clear they’ll be able to afford to come back when it’s done, if they can find space to survive in the interim months.
The City Council failed to produce a recommendation on an increase in affordable housing at its meeting Tuesday, keeping the matter in committee. The meeting was to be the fifth and final hearing on a proposed increase, but ended without a firm conclusion.
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A peek at long-awaited recommendations to improve Central Square arrived Monday before the City Council, only to be sent back to city planners with the complaint that a […]
A bid for $25 million in state funding for infrastructure such as roads and a dedicated sewer connection comes at a crucial time for future development in the NorthPoint neighborhood off East Cambridge.
Construction on the Mass+Main apartment complex won’t start in Central Square for another year, but it’s coming with even more housing than expected, with more affordable housing to match.
A minor “cave-in” atop workers Thursday shouldn’t slow construction at the Port Landing affordable housing development going up for a summer opening near Kendall Square.
The court battle over the redevelopment of the Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge proceeded Monday with the filing of Appeals Court briefs by Leggat McCall Properties, the state and city.
Work has slowed on converting the massive, 121-year-old Metropolitan Moving & Storage warehouse into student residences and services and maker space with ground-floor retail.