A developer is moving forward with the proposed redevelopment of a 5-acre site in South Boston’s Andrew Square into a 658,000-square-foot residential complex. The project at 235 Old Colony Ave. has been in the works for approximately four years, during which developer David Pogorelc of Boston-based Core Investments LLC has held numerous meetings with neighborhood…

Representatives of CubeSmart, a self-storage real estate investment trust (REIT), offered the West Roxbury Neighborhood Council an update last week on its proposed conversion project in West Roxbury, Mass. The project would involve converting the existing warehouse at 99 Rivermoor Road into a two-story storage facility with 1,100 units and outside parking for RVs. CubeSmart’s…

The former Economy Plumbing & Heating Supply Co. building at 3190 Washington St. (Gazette Photo by Rebeca Oliveira) EGLESTON SQ.—A block of Washington Street that includes former plumbing company and car garage is being eyed for an energy-efficient, mixed-use development. Developers Dan Mangiacotti and Paul Iantosca are looking to redevelop the 3190-3204 block of Washington…

A rendering of the proposed structure. (Image courtesy Boston Redevelopment Authority) Efforts to construct a hotel on the corner of West Broadway and Dorchester Avenue in South Boston continue to progress after the project received the approval of the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals Tuesday morning. It was approved by the Boston Redevelopment Authority in…

In dominating the city’s liquor license scene, the law firm of McDermott, Quilty & Miller has lots to celebrate. The rest of us? Not so much. On a Wednesday morning in September, attorney Dennis Quilty stepped before the three members of the Boston Licensing Board on behalf of Noche, a Latin-themed restaurant planned for the…

They are the men to see for help in obtaining a zoning approval or a liquor license in Boston – a group of politically wired lawyers with extraordinary access to Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s City Hall. They joined forces three years ago to form McDermott, Quilty & Miller, a mini-powerhouse law firm in the highly…

What could be obtained for free from the city of Boston several years ago and sold today for as much as $250,000? An all-alcohol pouring license in the Back Bay. That’s the high-water mark for licenses purchased by McCarthy’s Bar and Grill, Vinny Testa’s and Planet Hollywood (which has since dumped a Boston location), according…