On Friday, June 3rd, MQM was proud to sponsor and participate in yesterday’s annual Edgerley Family South Boston Club Golf Tournament at Franklin Park, to benefit its important work in #southboston. Fun time on the course with our associates, Tom Miller and Nick Zozula.
MQM was a proud sponsor of the Bisnow Boston #LifeSciences Summit on March 31, 2022. Now the single largest life sciences cluster in the world, but will outdated zoning, NIMBY-ism and lack of regional planning hold us back? This was the topic of discussion lead by attorney Joe Hanley, as moderator of a panel discussion…
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…]
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…]
Located in the South Boston Waterfront, 88 Black Falcon Avenue is a 4-story addition to an existing 3-story structure owned by the Mass. Port Authority in the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park. Public benefits to the neighborhood include ground improvements that will enhance cruise ship operations, the reconstruction of the intersection at Drydock Avenue to…
Lynnfield-based Kems Corp. has proposed transforming the existing Our Lady of Victories church in Boston’s Bay Village, a property dating to the end of the 19th century, into a 26-unit condo building. [Read more…]
The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved a 126-unit apartment building at 282-302 Bremen St., at Brooks Street, that will include 13 live/work studios for artists and 5 three-bedroom apartments aimed at families making no more than 60% of the Boston area median income. [Read more…]
The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved a five-story, 30-unit condo building on East Second Street in South Boston that will feature patios and roof decks large enough to give residents a breather but too small to support the sort of boisterous large parties that have become technically illegal in the midst of the pandemic….