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Governor Baker toured progress at the $565 million CitySquare project, one of Massachusetts' largest public-private partnerships.
Three academically gifted but financially disadvantaged students recently completed the first summer internship program developed by the Greater Boston Real Estate Board (GBREB) and their Foundation Scholarship partner uAspire.
Brigham and Women's Hospital has won the Boston Preservation Alliance's Preservation Achievement Award for the Brigham Patient Parking Garage and Thea and James M. Stoneman Centennial Park.
Lawrence General Hospital broke ground today on what will be a new 50,000 sf surgical facility. The project, which is targeting a LEED Silver certification, is scheduled to be completed in 18 months.
Leggat McCall and partner Multi-Employer Property Trust/Bentall Kennedy have closed on a deal to acquire three properties from Boston Medical Center.
IDG News interviewed the Suffolk Construction team at the Brigham & Women's Building for the Future project about their use of virtual modeling, CAVE technology and drones.
"Boston Medical Center has agreed to sell three buildings on or near Harrison Avenue to Leggat McCall Properties, a deal that could fuel additional development in a rapidly changing corner of the South End.""
The Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC) has announced that the EBC James D. P. Farrell Brownfields Project of the Year Award for 2014 will go to the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center development.
Governor Baker toured progress at the $565 million CitySquare project, one of Massachusetts' largest public-private partnerships. He praised the MassWorks grant program, which awarded an $11 million grant to Worcester in 2013 to go towards the demolition of the old mall and the renovation of the parking garage at CitySquare.
The project could be completed as soon as mid-2017 and will transform downtown Worcester.
To learn more, see the article in Worcester Magazine.