EPOCH and National Development Open Waterstone of Lexington

EPOCH and National Development Open Waterstone of Lexington

Executives from EPOCH Senior Living and National Development joined with Lexington Select board chair Jill Hai and local residents on October 27th to celebrate the grand opening of Waterstone of Lexington. Located at 55 Watertown St., Waterstone of Lexington is a...
Ink Block is Finished, and the South End has Never Been the Same

Ink Block is Finished, and the South End has Never Been the Same

The last building in the seven-building complex that transformed the “New York Streets” — and ushered in a wave of mixed-use mega-developments — is complete. 7Ink is the last building of the mixed-use Ink Block development. They are calling it inclusive living —...
BMC to Take Office Space at Renovated Newmarket Building

BMC to Take Office Space at Renovated Newmarket Building

Boston Medical Center has agreed to lease a building in Boston’s Newmarket neighborhood that was recently renovated by National Development, with plans to use most of the space for administrative offices. The agreement brings another office tenant into a part of the...
Developers Add Apartments to Lab Project at Allston WBZ Site

Developers Add Apartments to Lab Project at Allston WBZ Site

National Development and The Mount Vernon Co. have agreed to add a residential component to a life sciences and office campus at the long-time WBZ-TV studio site in Allston, at the request of local public officials. Last year, the two locally based developers proposed...
More Changes Coming to Dorchester Ave. in South Boston

More Changes Coming to Dorchester Ave. in South Boston

BPDA approves million-square-foot complex of life science and housing in fast-changing corridor near Andrew Square. There has been a lot of new development along Dorchester Avenue in South Boston over the last decade, but nothing quite like a project that was approved...
Pratt to Sell 300 Acres to National Development

Pratt to Sell 300 Acres to National Development

Pratt & Whitney said today it will sell the former Rentschler airfield to National Development, which plans to use the site for unspecified commercial development. The Boston-based company has developed more than 30 million square feet in 45 communities, it says...