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Recent articles by Tim:

Another month, another record for home prices in the Boston area

The typical single-family house now costs a staggering $845,000, but there are signs that the market may be reaching its top. → Read More

Homes in the Boston area are growing even more expensive this spring

The median price hit $789,500 in March, even as the number of properties for sale fell and interest rates rose. → Read More

As the spring housing market nears, there’s little to buy around Boston

Sales are down as prices start to level off after 18 torrid months of increases. → Read More

Boston’s largest hotel just sold. Changes could be in store.

The Sheraton Boston has a new owner just a few months after re-opening following a lengthy pandemic closure. → Read More

Vericel on the move from Cambridge to Burlington

The cell therapy company has signed a lease for a new HQ and manufacturing facility off Route 3. → Read More

Big lab developer buys Raytheon’s Woburn campus for $124.7 million

But the defense giant will stay put, for now, as the region’s lab boom continues to ripple outward from Cambridge. → Read More

Work finally starts on long-planned homeless housing in Jamaica Plain

It took three years of planning and the resolution of a contentious lawsuit, but construction has finally begun on Boston’s largest permanent supportive housing development. → Read More

2021 set records in Boston’s housing market. What now?

Prices and sales volume both hit all-time highs in the region, with the median price of a single-family home hitting $750,000 in the Boston area and the median condo price at $625,000. → Read More

BPDA approves part of Government Center Garage overhaul to be used as lab space

The agency OK'd the next phase of Government Center Garage overhaul to be lab space instead of three smaller office and residential buildings. → Read More

In hot market for lab space, a biotech startup will replace the former CambridgeSide Sears

The redevelopment is the latest phase in the ongoing evolution of CambridgeSide, which in the years before the pandemic was among the most successful malls in Greater Boston. → Read More

Boys & Girls Clubs plans new fieldhouse in Dorchester

The Boys & Girls Club and Martin Richard Foundation aim to build a new field house in Dorchester by the 10th anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings. → Read More

From Cambridge to Medford, more office buildings bound for lab space

Another wave of office buildings is being sold and earmarked for conversion to lab space. → Read More

Biogen falls back to earth as Samsung denies merger reports

Biogen stock falls again as Samsung denies report of acquisition, capping a tumultuous year for Cambridge drugmaker. → Read More

After a century, Brattle Square Florist to close its doors

Rising costs and availability of flowers and materials, as well as a widespread labor shortage and deteriorating real estate contributed to the decision to close the 104-year-old floral shop. → Read More

St. Regis Residences is getting a Seaport address

The unfinished 22-story building, affiliated with Manhattan’s famed St. Regis Hotel, will have 114 luxury condominiums, a ground-floor restaurant, and many high-end trappings. Take a look inside. → Read More

More changes coming to Dorchester Ave. in South Boston

A relocated college. A life sciences lab. And a 1 million square foot development. Take a look at the seven major proposals that got the go-ahead from the Boston Planning & Development Agency Thursday night. → Read More

City gives final OK to dropping parking requirements for affordable housing

The move is aimed at making it easier to build lower-cost apartments in Boston. The measure now heads to Mayor Wu’s desk for her approval. → Read More

More life science companies are heading to Watertown

Five drug startups have signed leases to fill a building still under construction at the site of the old Arsenal Mall. → Read More

Historic Kenmore Square hotel is poised to become... lab space

The room where Sport Sullivan and Chick Gandil allegedly fixed the 1919 World Series could be transformed into a drug research lab. → Read More

Lawsuit seeks to overturn Boston’s eviction ban

The plaintiffs argue that the city’s open-ended moratorium is not directly connected to COVID-19. → Read More