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Lab space and affordable housing set to move forward at long-stalled Roxbury site

Developers would combine a life-science project with housing at an 8-acre parcel on Tremont Street that has sat empty for decades.

Take a look inside this $15.9 million waterfront compound on Cape Cod

Marybeth and Stephen Bisson, owners of Wicked Craft in Boston, are selling the property on Red Brook Harbor that includes both a private beach and a tennis court.

Biomanufacturing plant planned for Billerica

The 22-acre site will be the latest in a series being built around the Boston-Cambridge biotech hub.

US home prices now posting biggest monthly drops since 2009

Median home prices fell 0.98% in August from a month earlier, following a 1.05% drop in July, Black Knight Inc. said in a report Monday.

Seaport’s new stock of hotels finally has the guests to fill them

A slate of summer events, groups traveling for in-house meetings, and a sustained boom in leisure travel ushered in a hectic season for Seaport hotels.

Boston’s net-zero emissions zoning code raises concerns among developers

The new initiative, which accelerates the city’s push to reduce buildings’ reliance on fossil fuels by several years, has sent jitters through the real estate development industry.

OSHA proposes fining contractor $1.2m in fatal accident at downtown garage

The Brockton demolition company was cited with 11 safety violations for creating unsafe working conditions and not adequately training its workers at the demolition site.

The Greater Boston housing market is cooling, but it’s no easier to buy a house

Rising mortgage rates, inflation, and a stark supply shortage have pushed housing even further out of reach for many, with some measures of affordability hitting their lowest point in over 30 years.