The Zoning Board of Appeals today approved a proposal for a golf “course” at which people could sign up for tee times to play 18 holes of golf on computerized simulations, then retire to a “19th Hole” lounge to talk over their rounds – all year long and even at night. And should they somehow…

The Boston Licensing Board could decide tomorrow whether to let a proposed indoor pickleball emporium recreate the best of the Catskills or a cruise ship at an old factory building at Old Colony Avenue and C Street, where patrons could play pickleball, shuffleboard or cornhole, then retire to a cabana to cool down and get…

The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved a four-story, 34-unit apartment building on Hyde Park Avenue at American Legion Highway. [Read more…]

Samuels & Associates announced that Phase 1 of the Washington Village project in South Boston has commenced construction, officially kicking off the long-awaited redevelopment of a 5-acre former industrial site into a mix of uses knitting together the Andrew Square community. [Read more…]

The Zoning Board of Appeal today unanimously approved a non-profit group’s plan to replace a crumbling 10-unit apartment building at 37 Wales St. with a new four-story building with 20 apartments for families coming out of homelessness. [Learn more…]

Beginning this month, Patriot Place will introduce an open container program allowing patrons to order takeout food and drinks from any restaurant for consumption in two designated outdoor “refreshment” areas at the Route 1 plaza. [Read more…]

The Zoning Board of Appeal (ZBA) last week approved the conversion of the existing church building at 25 Isabella St. in Bay Village into 18 residential condo units. [Read more…]

The Boston Planning & Development Agency has approved three new projects that will bring more than 300 residential units to Boston’s Allston and East Boston neighborhoods. Of the 325 new residential units proposed, 34 will be income-restricted. [Read more…]

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