B&M site wasn’t for sale — until the right buyer came along

A century-old building that was never up for sale was acquired to become a new campus that will house the the Roux Institute at Northeastern University, ideally for another century.

The B&M baked bean manufacturing plant, which has been a stalwart icon at the edge of the city for generations, will now become home to new technologies such as artificial intelligence.

Buying something that’s not for sale takes a little creativity and long-lasting relationships. Read more

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