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Singing the blues in today’s housing market? Here’s your open house playlist

Here’s a proposed house-hunting soundtrack drawn from the annals of music, designed for buyers eager to land a home in a frustrating market where the typical single-family house now tops $750,000.

Larry Edelman

Goulston & Storrs settles ‘legal malpractice’ lawsuit filed by construction company owner John Fish

He alleged that a top Goulston attorney secretly advised Stephen Weiner, his partner in an $800 million condo project, as Weiner sought to back out of the joint venture.

Developer set to buy 95-acre tank farm site near Encore casino in Everett

A prominent Boston development firm has a deal in place to purchase ExxonMobil’s massive tank farm in Everett, near Encore Casino.

Wu hails opportunity at Allston railyard

The state, Boston, and Harvard University aim to straighten the Mass. Pike in Allston and open a former railyard for redevelopment.

In re-rebrand, construction giant Suffolk returns to its roots

Workers at Suffolk job sites have begun swapping out the contractor’s pandemic-era light blue and purple branding with a revived version of its original namesake.

Money, projects starting to flow at Suffolk Downs

Developers at Suffolk Downs, the 161-acre former horse racing track that straddles East Boston and Revere, have landed major financing deals to move forward with a lab and biomanufacturing facility and several thousand housing units.

Airbnbs outnumber New York City apartments in hot housing market

The number of short-term rentals in New York City is outpacing the number of available apartments, putting a pinch on renters who are looking for space in a hot housing market.

Vertex doubles down on Seaport lab space

Now that Vertex is getting closer to commercializing its cutting-edge cell and gene therapies, it will have an ambitious manufacturing and research campus to its ambitious vision.