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The National Park Service (NPS) and the General Services Administration, with assistance from Colliers International, are seeking ideas and input from private real estate development interests for the redevelopment of nine selected properties totaling over 200,000 SF plus land and a pier (listed below) for commercial...

Wedged between Washington and Eustis Street, the Eliot Burying Ground one of Boston’s oldest burial sites. The historic grave site is part of a larger collection of landmarks in the area known as The Eustis Architectural Conservation District. The district is comprised of the Eliot...

Since 1960, HBI has invested millions of dollars redeveloping Boston’s historic buildings. With 2020 approaching, HBI is looking back on the work we’ve done over the last ten years. From chipped paint, to cracked walls, and crumbling ceilings, HBI has tackled the challenges presented by...

HBI is pleased to announce that Julie Paul Brown will succeed Henry Moss as chair of the organization’s Project Review Committee. Julie is a registered architect in MA, CT, NH and VT and a LEED Accredited Professional. She manages operations at North Bay Construction Consultants and...

In recent years, breweries have started to repopulate the Boston landscape, often in unused industrial spaces. The long-vacant the Roslindale Substation (1911) has become one such place. The station was originally home to Boston Elevated Railway Company’s then revolutionary alternating electric current power system, but...