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

City set to approve controversial sale of Harriet Tubman House to condo developer

By , Globe Staff

United South End Settlements, a nonprofit that owns the South End building, says it needs to raise money.

Boston has dramatically reworked the design for a new Northern Avenue bridge

By , Globe Staff

City officials working on replacing the long-closed bridge over Fort Point Channel appear to be moving toward a span that would prioritize walking and bicycling and prohibit single-occupancy cars. Indeed, conceptual images shared Tuesday don’t show any vehicles.

Compromise plan may give Boston a 2 percent tax on larger real estate sales

By , Globe Staff

The City Council on Wednesday will consider a measure to allow a tax of up to 2 percent on real estate transactions of $2 million or more.

Developer proposes changes for ambitious Fenway Center project

By , Globe Staff

The developer wants to build a 20-story, 311-foot-tall tower over the Mass. Pike, with another 160-foot-tall building along Brookline Avenue.