Developer presents artist renderings of new ‘Allston Green’ project

Real estate developer LBC Boston, which is planning a $140 million mixed-use project in Boston’s Allston neighborhood, released renderings showing what the new residential towers set to replace six dilapidated three-story buildings and a commercial building will actually look like. The two-acre project, dubbed “Allston Green,” will add 350 housing units and 34,000 square feet…

Luxury Amenities Influence New Multifamily Designs

Quincy Complex Will Have Doorman, Refrigerated Lockers By Jonathan Miller | Jul 1, 2018 Boston’s rapidly rising population is spurring an apartment boom of discerning renters who expect more in apartment amenities, and the developers and owners who respond to these market demands are reaping the reward of premium rents. Double-income Millennials and Baby Boomers,…

Overcoming development challenges in a crowded urban environment by Jonathan Miller

AUTHOR: Jonathan Miller, LBC Boston   Considered among the largest urban revitalization efforts in Massachusetts, the new Quincy Center will encompass more than 50 acres of mixed-use development in the heart of this crowded historic city.   Read entire article in the April 2018 issue of High Profile Monthly. (flip to pages 20-21)