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City Living In Boston Will Be Different Inside And Outdoors Post-Pandemic

During the pandemic, the hustle in many of Boston’s busiest neighborhoods slowed to a stroll. Hotspots in once-jumping neighborhoods like the area near the TD Garden have gone dark. “It’s very empty,” explained Kaylie Hutchinson who lives in across the street from The...

National Development and Mount Vernon Plan Lab Campus in Allston

Newton-based National Development and Boston-based The Mount Vernon Co. plan to jointly develop a three-building, 650,000-square-foot life science and office campus at 1170 Soldiers Field Road in Allston, the longtime home to WBZ-TV’s studio. National and Mount...

Boston’s First Co-living Project Moving Forward Despite Pandemic

It’s a concept that defies what the pandemic has engrained in so many people, but developers are still hoping co-living will be a hit in Boston. Construction of the city’s first co-living project, 7INK, continues to move forward at Herald and Albany Streets. Some are...

National Development Details Midtown Hotel Proposal to St. Botolph

National Development unveiled its specific plans for the long-term development of the Midtown Hotel in a meeting with St. Botolph Neighborhood Association on Tuesday night – a use that will take over after Northeastern students vacate the existing hotel next spring....