Reporter

Tim Logan

Tim Logan covers the projects, players and pocketbooks behind Boston’s building boom. From downtown towers to fast-changing city neighborhoods to the ever-evolving suburbs, Tim tracks the ways that growth and development are transforming Greater Boston and the lives of the people who call it home.

Tim has been a reporter at the Globe since 2015. He has also written about housing, development and the economy at the Los Angeles Times, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and newspapers in New York and Indiana. He grew up in Boston, graduated from the University of Notre Dame and earned a master’s in urban affairs at St. Louis University.

Latest stories

Downtown’s surreal scenes in a pandemic summer

By , Globe Staff

It has been quite a summer in the heart of Boston: quiet, a little lonely, and kind of weird. The normally bustling center of a city that just months ago brimmed with life, today feels like some lesser place. A place left behind, or suspended in amber.

As Mass. eviction ban heads to court, it’s attracting attention nationwide

By , Globe Staff

Chicago and Los Angeles are among the cities opposing an effort to overturn Governor Baker’s freeze during the pandemic.

Life sciences migration to South Boston continues: CRISPR Therapeutics moving from Cambridge

By , Globe Staff

The Swiss-based biotech is the latest to seek an alternative to the expensive and overbooked Kendall Square.

Plans for major project along Fort Point Channel moving ahead

By , Globe Staff

With about one-third of its space devoted to housing, the project broadly complies with the so-called 100 Acres Plan, created in 2006 to guide development in the area, but specifics are likely to be hashed out in community meetings.