The first Cambria-brand hotel in Massachusetts plans to host a grand opening at its 6 West Broadway site near the Red Line.
There are too many cars anyway at New England’s busiest transportation hub.
How to get there, where to sit, what to eat—and more—regarding New England’s biggest indoor arena.
From top-notch museums of all kinds to several ice-skating options, here is a map of the best family-friendly activities in the Boston region for the colder months.
A new analysis highlights a gnawing challenge for tenants and a depthless goldmine for landlords: the Boston rental market heading into 2020.
A deal, right? The unit in the Seaport Lofts includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The house includes five bedrooms. What say you re: the price? Take a look around and then take your best guess.
Other big development news of the week includes Hub on Causeway’s official opening and a milestone for the South End’s Quinn condo project.
Bravo! A lot of Curbed Boston readers guessed the correct asking price for this 1,200-square-footer with a fenced-in yard.
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Busy developer Related Beal expects to wrap construction on the 14-story Quinn at 380 Harrison Avenue in late 2020. The company just started sales there.
I hoped hiring an organizer would force me to take it seriously.
Developers hope to take advantage of the regional life sciences boom with a project in the Somerville enclave. Construction could start in 2021, and would fill a vacant lot near I-93 and the Orange Line.
It’s been five months since leasing launched at the 38-story sprout, with its 440 units starting at $2,300 a month.
New data suggests that e-bike users in the Boston area are hopping on the vehicles for entire commutes—and not necessarily to cover the last bits before mass transit stops.
The freshly built house includes six bedrooms and six full bathrooms as well.
The combined price for two East Cambridge parcels highlights just how valuable the tech-heavy area has become.
Renovations to the Back Bay property will produce several new guest rooms as well as a 4,000-square-foot rooftop restaurant.
The airy spread includes two bedrooms as well. Take a look around then take your best guess re: the price.
Other big development news of the week includes major tweaks to projects in Mattapan, the Financial District, Fort Point, and Newton.
About 1 in 5 Curbed Boston readers guessed the correct asking price—did you?
A new report underscores a high-rent reality likely to continue into 2020. And you can forget about any relief from a cooling sales market.
The spread includes a closet custom-built to be oversized. Gotta have that.
How much better things might be if North and South stations had been directly linked, or Logan Airport built farther from downtown—alas!
The spread—the product of a three-year renovation—also comes with seven bedrooms and six fireplaces. It’s asking $12 million now.