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Disney pulls plug on $1 billion development in Florida

It would have brought more than 2,000 jobs to the region, with $120,000 as the average salary, according to an estimate from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity.

Winthrop Center is readying for its debut at last

The 691-foot tower is the tallest ever built in Boston’s downtown core.

Massachusetts’ public housing is deteriorating. The cost to fix it could be billions.

The state public housing portfolio has gone so underfunded for so long that many of the buildings are in a state of chronic disrepair. Its residents — some of the state's poorest — pay the price.

Frozen by interest rates, Greater Boston’s housing market took a rare spring dip in April

For the fourth time in the last five months, median home prices in Greater Boston declined in April, a sign of how sharply the rise in interest rates has spooked potential homebuyers and sellers alike.

Healey names former Worcester city manager Edward Augustus as housing secretary

Augustus will serve as the state's first Housing Secretary in more than 30 years, working as a a cornerstone of the Healey administration’s promise to tackle the spiraling housing crisis.

Despite neighborhood pushback, BPDA OK’s homeless housing in Dorchester hotel

The board, citing Boston’s housing crisis and support from residents who spoke in favor of the proposal, unanimously approved the project, which will will convert the motel into 99 units of housing for the formerly homeless.

Children’s Hospital eyeing big lab space in new Fenway building

The deal could be one of the largest in months in a quickly-cooling market for life science buildings in and around Boston.

Despite neighborhood concerns, plan to convert hotel to homeless housing in Dorchester heads for BPDA vote

If approved, the 900 Morrissey Blvd. property would host 99 studio rental units for people emerging from homelessness, the latest in a series of hotel-to-housing conversions that have angered some residents.