Tim Logan, The Boston Globe

Tim Logan

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Recent articles by Tim:

$2 billion MGH expansion wins green light from BPDA

More than 4 million square feet of development won approval by BPDA Thursday, at the board's final meeting of the current mayoral administration. → Read More

Somerville outlines a plan to expand Assembly Square

It’s focused on the long term development of about 140 acres between Route 93 and the Mystic River, a spot that includes the recently-built Assembly Row complex but also the older swaths of big-box retail and light industrial space. → Read More

Tishman Speyer buys another slice of Gillette parking lots in Fort Point

The big New York developer is paying $80 million for a 2.4-acre chunk of asphalt in South Boston. → Read More

As Mass. and Cass crisis continues, landowners nearby band together to fund extra services

Property owners in the Newmarket industrial zone ― where the city’s opiod and homelessness crisis has spiraled in recent months near the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Melnea Cass Boulvevard ― could soon pay a fee to fund additional neighborhood services such as security, street cleaning, and shuttle service for employees. → Read More

Greater Boston’s housing market loses a bit of its heat

In August’s numbers there are signs that more would-be buyers are choosing to wait. → Read More

As federal eviction moratorium ends, can cities alone stop the wave?

A few Boston-area cities have blocked evictions on their own. Is it working? → Read More

State Street says goodbye to Manhattan offices, but has no plans to bail on Boston

The financial services firm says it remains on track to occupy part of the One Congress tower under construction. → Read More

Five things the Census tells us about growth in Greater Boston

A booming economy over the past decade has brought major changes and challenges. → Read More

Biden extends eviction moratorium another two months, including in most of Mass.

Citing the spread of the Delta variant of COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention late Tuesday announced a new 60-day federal moratorium on evictions in counties where the cases are at elevated levels. Currently, that includes all of Massachusetts, except for Franklin and Hampshire Counties. → Read More

Home prices still surging, but there’s a little more to buy now

Boston-area home prices hit record highs in June, though new listings are starting to grow. That's one sign, real estate experts say, of a more balanced market to come. → Read More

More than 100 eviction cases at Hyde Park apartment complex could leave a lasting mark

Eviction cases are searchable by potential future landlords, credit agencies, or anyone else ― even if they are quickly settled. → Read More

Plans advance for massive makeover of South Boston’s McCormack complex

The 1.5 million-square-foot project will take at least a decade to complete, more than doubling the number of apartments. → Read More

Five charts that show how Boston has reopened

Measures of foot traffic, time spent at home, how often we’re looking up directions on our phones ― they all point toward a reopening well underway. → Read More

J.P. Licks sued for rent that went unpaid during pandemic

Its landlord claims the ice cream chain owes $113,000, despite having received nearly $3 million through the Paycheck Protection Program. → Read More

More lab space coming, this time at Suffolk Downs

The plans originally called for housing, but the developer wants to capitalize on the strong demand from life sciences companies. → Read More

North of Boston, an old industrial city gets a second look

In Lynn, old brick factories are gradually being converted to lofts, new buildings are starting to rise, and there’s an arts community and budding food scene. That’s bringing life to downtown, but it’s also putting pressure on current residents who worry they’ll be priced out. → Read More

Remote work is here to stay. So is the office

In a 10-country survey, employees put new emphasis on achieving the near-mythical “work-life balance.” → Read More

Nantucket votes to shoot down short-term rental rules

By a more than two-to-one margin, island residents shot down a proposal that would have barred many property owners from leasing homes to tourists for more than 45 nights a year, or for less than a week at at time. → Read More

Massive project would dramatically change the streets around Fenway Park

A business group led by the Red Sox has filed plans with the city that offer more details on a proposed 2.1-million-square-foot development. → Read More

Nantucket roiled by debate over short-term rentals

Proposed rules limiting the use of Airbnb and similar platforms will be put to a vote on Saturday. → Read More