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.
By Tim Logan and Janelle Nanos , Globe Staff
March has been a brutal month for restaurants, retailers, and many other small businesses. On Wednesday, comes April 1, and for many businesses one of their biggest bills: rent.
Some nursing homes could be used for coronavirus treatment centers as Mass. reports more than 1,000 new cases
By John Hilliard, Tim Logan and Robert Weisman , Globe Staff
It’s an unusual, complex move that underscores the immense scale of a crisis that threatens to overwhelm Massachusetts hospitals.
By Martin Finucane, Tim Logan, Adam Vaccaro and Travis Andersen , Globe Staff
Massachusetts effectively closed its doors to tourists and many travelers Friday, as Governor Charlie Baker urged anyone arriving from out-of-state to self-quarantine for two weeks — the latest attempt to curb the spread of a pandemic that has now killed nearly three dozen people here.
By Tim Logan , Globe Staff
The governor says work should continue statewide, but the mayor insists Boston projects will remain idle during the health emergency.