Andy Rosen, The Boston Globe

Andy Rosen

The Boston Globe

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Past articles by Andy:

As Sept. 1 nears, the rush to find an apartment in Boston is as competitive as ever

After a year where tenants held a rare upper hand, Boston's rental housing market is returning to its tight and pricey form. → Read More

An experiment on the edge of the Seaport: City launches climate defense fund

Protecting Boston from rising seas could cost billions of dollars over the coming decades. But there’s a big question no one has yet figured out: Who’s going to pay for it? → Read More

Design firm CBT to depart downtown for Charlestown

The company and its 200 employees will set up shop at Constitution Wharf. → Read More

Boston office building, once WeWork’s largest US site, could become lab space

It’s the latest indication of an ongoing boom in the region’s life sciences industry. → Read More

Owning a home in Boston is hard. Would-be mayors — all homeowners themselves — aim to make it easier

With housing ranking as a top issue in Boston's mayoral race, all six major candidates say their journey to homeownership informs how they'll help others do the same in a city where two-thirds of residents rent. → Read More

For years, in-law apartments have been discouraged in Greater Boston. The housing shortage is changing that

More municipalities are mulling so-called accessory dwelling units as one way to add housing without drastically altering the feel of neighborhoods. → Read More

Now a beacon for buyers priced out of Boston, Worcester, the state’s second-largest city, is getting buzz

With home prices out of reach for many in Greater Boston, Worcester’s transit connections, resilient economy, and increasingly cosmopolitan setting are looking more attractive. → Read More

Rejuvenated Worcester won't be ignored, and buyers are noticing

“Worcester is such a cool place to be, and I didn’t know it existed.’’ Continue reading & search the latest listings to rent/buy at realestate.boston.com. → Read More

Massive redo of Government Center Garage could now include a life-sciences building

Developer HYM is trading hotel, retail, and office space for the hottest commodity in Boston’s commercial real estate market: lab space. → Read More

Region’s lab space boom continues as high-rise moves forward in Malden

Another life science project moves forward in downtown Malden. → Read More

An enormous racial wealth gap exists in Mass., and the state is responding by pushing home ownership

Massachusetts is undertaking a massive shift in how it distributes money for affordable housing, pumping tens of millions of state dollars into building new owner-occupied homes after years of focusing almost exclusively on rentals. → Read More

Developer unveils design for new Back Bay tower

Renderings depict a glass-covered, rounded structure with a stack of offset segments that create several wide terraces jutting out to the building’s corners. → Read More

Quincy Center development set to accelerate with plans for Hancock Street high-rises

The city and two developers envision $300 million worth of new downtown development, including three new residential high-rises, and a performing arts center → Read More

Too hot? Sky-high prices may be scaring some buyers away from the housing market

A real estate trade group said Wednesday that there are some signs that the blistering seller’s market may be softening modestly after months of rising values. → Read More

Encore president leaving for role in Vegas; top deputy to take over

Jenny Holaday will become the first woman to run a casino in Massachusetts. → Read More

Regulators clear Mass. casinos to drop most COVID-19 restrictions

The change takes effect Saturday, and it means Encore Boston Harbor, Plainridge Park Casino, and MGM Springfield will be allowed to lift pandemic-era capacity restrictions. → Read More

Letting a 13-year-old trade stocks sounds scary, but experts say Fidelity’s new youth program has value

Some believe exposing children to such investing at an early age will benefit their personal finances later in life. → Read More

Restaurant owners don’t want to-go cocktails to go away in June

The measures allowing people to buy to-go cocktails with takeout food are set to expire June 15 when Governor Charlie Baker rescinds his COVID-19 state-of-emergency order. → Read More

Restaurants don’t want to-go cocktails to go away

Citing its popularity with customers, they are pressuring lawmakers to extend the carryout program beyond the COVID-19 state of emergency. → Read More

Boston-based GasBuddy becomes top download in Apple’s App Store amid pipeline fiasco

It rose all the way from 900th most popular following supply disruptions caused by last week’s cyberattack. → Read More