Cottonwood Group and Hana Alternative Asset Management jointly announced the closing of Hana’s cornerstone investment in Cottonwood’s EchelonSeaport development, one of the first investments into an under construction greenfield developmentBoston, MA
On Friday, April 5, a groundbreaking ceremony was held to celebrate G. Greene Construction’s new corporate headquarters. Located along the Mass Pike in the Allston Landing region of the city, G. Greene is looking forward to the company’s next chapter.Boston, MA
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has awarded an $8.3 million contract for masonry repairs to the historic John W. McCormack Post Office and Courthouse to a woman-owned, locally-based business, Stone and Lime Inc.Cambridge, MA
Sarepta Therapeutics, a commercial-stage biopharmaceutical company, expanded their headquarters at 215 First St., by acquiring two additional floors at the historic Athenaeum Press Building.
Stateside Construction Group completed a major expansion at the Adirondack Club. Considered one of the premier tennis, swim and fitness facilities in the area, the Adirondack Club felt it needed to be proactive and take on the projectLexington, MA
R.J. Kelly Company has received permitting approval to build a 5,000 s/f, full service, next generation restaurant concept at 10 Maguire Rd. The new amenity concept, called “The Hangar,” will be delivered this fall.Holyoke, MA
Jewett Construction has been selected by Solurge, Inc. to renovate their newly acquired facility on Beaulieu St. Designed by Keenan + Kenny ArchitectsArlington, MA
The WT Kenney Company was founded in 1939 by Walter Thomas Kenney. The second generation was spearheaded by his three sons Walter Jr., Allan and Ted Kenney.
Winter may be behind us, but power outages can happen at any time of year. In last month’s Ask the Electrician column, we covered best practices for preparing for various disasters that have the potential to cause power outages. Plainville, MA
Elected officials and CTA Construction staff were joined by members of the community to cut the ceremonial ribbon on the new Town Hall and Public Safety building. The $27 million project is the first in the state