The bottom line looks good for Cambridge Health Alliance after the first quarter of this fiscal year, yet doctors at the safety-net health system are seeing fewer patients than expected, and officials are worried about it.
The attorney representing the replacement 24-hour market coming to Harvard Square stressed that its operation would be virtually identical to Market in the Square, the business that was shut down Thursday when a sheriff seized its assets for unpaid rent.
The Trump tax plan is a disaster for Cambridge’s public housing, and if enacted will undo years of planning and millions of dollars in rehabilitation for aging units, officials said.
Though the “seized” signs and locked doors look bad, Harvard Square denizens – especially those needing a meal or groceries in the wee hours – should be reassured that Market in the Square may be gone, but an identical store called Hello Fresh is set to replace it.
Commercial real estate broker McCall & Almy said Wednesday that it is giving tours of the Episcopal Divinity School campus near Harvard Square and providing information to qualified buyers in anticipation of setting a deadline for initial bids.
A bill to create a transfer tax on real estate purchases will be heard Tuesday at the State House in Boston – a significant step forward for an idea that has been stymied since first proposed in the 1990s. All the resulting funds would go toward local affordable housing.
Petco is pulling out of Cambridge next year, shutting down its First Street store with blame for a law passed in August against sales of certain animals.
Though a long design and permitting process is ahead, MIT’s redevelopment of the 14-acre Volpe site in Kendall Square won its zoning late Monday from the City Council.
For at least six months this year, hundreds of primary care doctors, including those at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates’ Cambridge offices, refused to accept new patients covered by conventional Medicare.
There’s a lot on the table as city councillors gather for a final review of MIT’s proposed remake of the federal Volpe center in Kendall Square, with a sweetened list of community benefits that lists 950 new grad student beds – depending who’s doing the math.