There's Life in the Suburbs

Boston Real Estate Times - July 2017

Demand for next-generation office space and life science R&D facilities is generating a wave of speculative redevelopments in Boston’s western suburbs and a string of recent success stories luring growing companies from Cambridge and elsewhere along the Route 128 belt.Read More » -
Arsenal Mall Rebuild to Begin Soon, Under New Name

Boston Globe - December 2016

Boylston Properties is unveiling new renderings and getting ready to launch a massive modernization of the Watwetown shopping center, which will replace an aging section of the mall, and much of its vast parking lots, with new retail buildings and about 500 apartments.Read More » -
Developers to unveil plans for Marriott hotel in Watertown

Wicked Local Watertown - April 2014

Plans for a Marriott hotel in Watertown are almost ready to be unveiled. Using the former Charles River Saab dealership lot in Watertown - a 1.5-acre site - developers BP Watertown Hotel LLC could begin construction on the new 148-room, six-story Marriott Residence Inn late this year or early in 2015.Read More » -
Marriott hotel set for Watertown site

Boston Globe - April 2014

Boylston Properties said Monday it plans to build a 148-room Marriott Residence Inn on Arsenal Street in Watertown, an area undergoing rapid redevelopment as a potential hub for technology related startups and young professionals.Read More » -
Developers discuss plan for 'The Arsenal Project' in Watertown

Wicked Local Watertown - November 2013

Local developers recently took their first step towards remodeling the Arsenal Mall. Boylston Properties, The Wilder Companies, and partner Jonathan Bush, president of Athenahealth announced their plan to redevelop the Arsenal Mall during a press conference Wednesday, Nov. 20.Read More » -
Executive Profile - William McQuillian

Boston Business Journal - September 2012

Boylston Properties is not one of the biggest real estate development companies in Boston. But the three-person firm headed by William McQuillian has been behind a handful of high profile projects in Greater Boston over the last three Decades.Read More » -
Building Success One Project at a Time;

Boston Business Journal - August 2012

From development of Wellwsley Gateway, Harvard Pilgram Health Care's headquarters at routes 9 and 128 with The Druker Co. in 2000, to the $68 million, eight-story, 175-room Marriott Residence Inn slated to open next year on Brookline Avenue near Fenway Park. McQuillian has been in the big leagues of Boston development. Read More »
Firm Proposes Brookline Ave. Hotel

Boston Globe - November 2010

Boston Developer is proposing to build a new hotel on Brookline Avenue near Fenway Park, scrapping prior plans for a lab and office building on the property. Read More »
Boylston Properties Seeks to Build Fenway Hotel

Boston Business Journal - November 2010

Boylston Properties has asked the Boston Redevelopment Authority for permission to scratch its initial plans to build a research and office facility in the heart of the city's Fenway neighborhood and instead put up a "limited service/extended stay" 183-room hotel.Read More »
High-visiblity Fenway site slated for condo project

Boston Business Journal - August 2006

The Newest residential development on Boylston Street shouldn't be hard to find.
It's called "The Point," and it's located at the intersection where Boylston Street and Brookline Avenue come to, well, a point. Preliminary plans call for 150 to 200 residential units at the heavily traveled intersection at which the most notable landmark is a D'Angelo Sandwich Shop.Read More »
William McQuillian | Developer forsees a Fenway spark

Boston Business Journal - Feburary 2006

The mix of auto repair shops, gas stations and parking lots along Boylston Street in the West Fenway neighborhood resemble Route 1 in Dedham more than the main road of a brownstone-lined community. But a renewed effort to spruce up the nighborhood, best known as the home of Fenway Park, is creating a dynamic real estate market. Read More »
Harvard, Developers putting Watertown back on map

Boston Business Journal - January 2005

Drive along Arsenal Street and you'll quickly realize that it's a different place from what it was three years ago. Is it unrecognisable? Hardly — but the changes to the Watertown street have attracted the big guns in the real estate industry. Read More »