Over a year after starting its search for new space, Mighty Squirrel has nailed down a location in Waltham.
The contract brewer received approval from the Waltham Zoning Board of Appeals for its 23,000-square-foot space at 411 Waverly Oaks Road. It hopes to open the brew house by October, with capacity to brew 7,000 barrels.
The production is a massive increase from the 1,000 barrels Mighty Squirrel produced as a contract brewer out of Peabody Heights Brewery in Baltimore last year, and a large…
The controversial co-founder and former CEO of Uber Technologies Inc. is diving into the real estate business.
Travis Kalanick, who left Uber last summer after a series of scandals, said he’s injecting $150 million of his personal fortune into real estate firm City Storage Systems LLC. He plans to lead the company, which redevelops parking lots, retail and industrial sites.
“There are over $10 trillion in these assets that need to be repurposed in the digital era in the coming years,” he…
Events D.C., the quasi public agency that operates the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, is moving forward to break down the imposing walls that dominate the streets and sidewalks on the massive building's exterior.
The city's conventions and sports authority wants to add a rooftop lounge, install brightly-lit retail kiosks in existing alcoves and remove some of the concrete structure around the entrance to the Mount Vernon Square Metro station to make it more lively.
The agency been working…
On Wednesday morning, members of the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association and their development partners used golden shovels to ceremoniously mark the groundbreaking of its new headquarters in midtown Charlotte.
It was a big moment for the CRRA, which has been in its current home at 1201 Greenwood Cliff for decades, in a 1970 building that no longer fits the needs of the growing association. Since 1993, the CRRA has purchased land and buildings along Greenwood Cliff before a Greenwood Cliff Task…
William Peace University announced plans Tuesday to sell part of Seaboard Station, which is beside its downtown Raleigh campus. The news comes nearly two years after Harris Teeter said it plans to open a store in the shopping center, which would make it one of the only full-service grocers in the downtown district, but development has yet to happen.
To Erica Henley, modern new housing built where Perkins Homes is located now would be a major plus for East Baltimore.
"Maybe they need to come down," Henley said Tuesday of Perkins Homes as sleet fell on the aged public housing complex where the mother of three has lived for six years. "A redevelopment here would be nice. It would probably clean up the drugs. It will be a different population of residents, for sure."
The plan to replace Perkins is part of a proposal to redevelop close to 200 acres…
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