Standing in a sunny gravel lot near the Burlington bike path, Mayor Miro Weinberger heralded the city's new project, called Waterfront Access North, as the most significant infrastructure development on the waterfront in about two decades
FREETOWN — After several months of deliberations, the Planning Board approved plans for a national recycling company to develop a facility in town. Earlier this month, Republic Recycling was given the green light to turn the former Weyerhaeuser building on Campanelli Drive into an 85,000-square-foot facility.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A handful of residential developers and engineers turned out Tuesday at the first public session with officials responsible for selling 19 acres of former highway land now available for development in the capital city.
Steve Levesque, executive director of the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority, has spent the better part of three years pitching Brunswick Landing as the epicenter of an emerging clean energy market in Maine and is nearly ready to seal a deal with a company that intends to build an anaerobic digester at the former Navy base. Until recently, he had no inkling that goal also would put Brunswick Landing in a high-stakes policy battle with Central Maine Power Co.
TRESCOTT — Atlantic Wind, a subsidiary of a global utility business, has leased thousands of acres in two coastal communities and is gathering data to assess the feasibility of a wind energy project there.
Boston’s new mayor, Martin J. Walsh, has repeatedly promised that the city’s building boom would continue under his administration, even as he vowed a top-to-bottom overhaul of its chief planning agency.
The town of Peterborough, N.H., recently announced that its wastewater treatment plant will be the site of the state’s largest solar installation to date. It will be built on a five-acre area -- formerly a wastewater lagoon -- that lies adjacent to the facility