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St. Regis condo developer sells 10 units in unconventional ‘limited inventory bid’ process

Jon Cronin offered one- and two-bedroom condos with minimum required bids about 20 percent below recent sales.

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Boston backs an apartment project that divided a Dorchester neighborhood

All the units will be reserved for low- and middle-income tenants in Boston’s most populous neighborhood at a time when the city is struggling with a housing shortage.

BPDA OK’s new building for American Repertory Theater in Allston

In total, the board approved 656 residential units in Dorchester, East Boston, Roxbury, and West Roxbury.

The plan for a New England Revolution stadium in Everett has hit a speed bump — including concerns from Mayor Wu

After a measure to enable Revolution stadium in Everett was stalled on Beacon Hill, Boston wonders why it wasn’t part of the negotiations.

AMC movie theatre opens next to North Station

AMC Causeway 13, a new 13-screen, 66,806-square foot location of the cinema chain, debuted next to TD Garden at the Hub on Causeway on Thursday.

These six graphs show how bad the Greater Boston housing market is right now

Inventory is plummeting, renters are getting squeezed, and many communities simply aren’t building enough to keep pace.

EMD Serono headquarters plans to join biopharma cluster in Boston’s Seaport

The company will join more than two dozen life sciences companies, including Vertex and Eli Lilly, in the neighborhood.

High prices, mortgage rates, keep Greater Boston housing market stuck in neutral

Sales hit record lows in October, while prices remain at record highs.