City departments moved into the new City Hall at 215 Pleasant Street June 2020. City Hall is a 45,000 square foot condominium within the mixed-use development by Jefferson Apartment Group where the old Malden Government Center was located. ...Read More
The Malden City Council gave the green light to a private developer to construct a nine-story mixed use office tower in Malden Center. Quaker Lane Capital, which owns the adjacent former Granada Theatre Building at 21 Pleasant Street, has...Read More
Quaker Lane Capital made significant upgrades to the property at 21 Pleasant Street, which was most recently a temporary home for Malden City Hall offices before moving into 215 Pleasant Street Summer of 2020. The developer invested $1.2 million...Read More
The Malden River Works Project continues to make headlines as it advances efforts to create public access and a riverfront park behind the Malden Department of Public Works. ...Read More
Groundbreaking ceremonies were held Fall 2019 for a new 80,000 square foot commercial building at 11 Charles Street, the site of the former Ryan Family Amusements. The property was purchased by Cantella & Co., Inc., a financial services firm...Read More
The Malden Redevelopment Authority is the Project Manager for the River’s Edge Project, a 30 acre mixed use project developed by Preotle Lane & Associates including green office lab buildings,...Read More
Construction Kicks off at $100M Malden Center Development
Boston Business Journal / Aug 6, 2019, 6:47am EDT
The Masonic Building at 138 Pleasant Street has been restored and converted into a mixed-use transit oriented development now known as Residences @ Malden Station 138. The developers worked closely on a restoration and permitting program with...Read More
MassDevelopment recently teamed up with the Mayor's Office, City Officials and Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) on a plan to reinvigorate the Commercial Street corridor.
MassDevelopment engaged two consultants for the project...Read More
Malden Redevelopment Authority Executive Director Deborah Burke joined Jefferson Apartment Group Vice President Sandi Silk on a webinar talking about the successful transformation of Malden Center through a public private partnership.