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A lawsuit against the owners could result in them losing the former apartment complex, and whatever was spent remaking it. Result: paralysis.
A crowd angry over development near Fresh Pond startled board members, who delayed action and talked later about their shock at the level of discourse.
Cambridge isn’t on a debt service development treadmill, finance officials said, giving context to comments at a City Council roundtable on capital projects.
The balance of power over the fate of the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse inched closer to the state’s developer, Leggat McCall, with two city legal opinions.
The redevelopers of the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse say they have negotiated with the Galleria Mall for the parking the project requires.
What should be the next project or focus for the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority? You can tell the agency yourself at a community workshop tomorrow evening.
The developer of NorthPoint, with 2,355 apartments relying on the Lechmere station, is as eager as the public to see the green line extension happen quickly and smoothly.
An already unpopular plan for East Cambridge’s least favorite building got another hit or two Monday.
The Planning Board unanimously greenlighted development Tuesday of 10 Essex Street, a 46-unit residential development called a “non-auto building” in the heart of Central Square.
There is immediate demand for housing for between 500 and 600 MIT grad students and a need to build even more as Cambridge rents soar, an institute working group says in a draft report.