The economy is diversifying, Californians are moving in, and housing prices rise, but can the state sustain all this growth?
The Fresh Pond Parkway house with four bedrooms and a beam-ceilinged living room wants $1.5 million-plus.
Ideal for camping, hiking, picnicking, and more, these spits just miles from the Boston area are open to the public during the warmer months.
City planners are urging its would-be developer to tweak plans for what would have been a first-of-its-kind project in Boston and maybe the nation.
The house with a sizable yard, a finished basement, and an attached garage went up in 1995.
A six-story addition to the garage next to Faneuil Hall will host up to 210 condos. A slew of retail space and privately owned public space is also part of the project.
Very few readers guessed the correct asking here—did you?
CoreLogic report examined how overall economy has been tied to turnaround in housing market
The Ashmont-area house with a fieldstone foundation dates from 1915, and includes the potential for five bedrooms.
The analysis, in fact, compares the downtown market’s spikes to earlier conditions down the coast in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
And Boston’s average is up there, too, among large cities.
An annual ranking from commercial brokerage CBRE found a particularly deep tech-biotech-ecommerce labor pool in the region.
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The three-room West Hill Place spread includes one fireplace and a terrace.
"One-of-a-kind" lab building is part of a much larger project around a future Green Line stop that will include 2.4 million square feet total.
The cavernous exhibition hall is giving way to more privately owned public space on the Boston waterfront, including a plaza with year-round programming.
The Fenway tower at 252-258 Huntington will now have 446 apartments. It’s part of a development that will include a refurbished Huntington Theatre.
The loft includes off-street parking too. Take a look around and then take your best guess re: the price.
Construction on the 19-story, 305-foot building could start in the spring of 2020.
The casino-resort hasn’t been open a month and it’s already showing the potential to transform Boston’s northern neighbor.
A proposed federal bill would require states to set aside highway funds for safer streets
Critical Mass. this week includes two big projects in South Boston and a windfall for workforce housing in the Boston region.
It’s a rare black eye for a town that normally scores high on such parkland analyses.
The colorful affair includes 11 rooms, seven fireplaces, and one elliptical staircase.
Builders have long underwritten transportation improvements or upgrades—now some say that’s transferrable to operations.
The Fort Point trade means $86 million more from the state to help develop homes for middle-income earners in Mattapan and elsewhere.
A new analysis runs down monthly leasing costs in 16 different cities and towns in the Boston region, including Cambridge and Somerville.
The unit in the new Lydon includes four bedrooms and four full baths as well as a deck.
The Union Square house, which includes the potential for five bedrooms, is near a future Green Line stop too.
An affiliate connected with the developer of Winthrop Center would replace a warehouse with a 900,000-square-foot campus. But will it have an aerial gondola?
The Back Bay spread includes four bedrooms and three fireplaces—and two parking spots. Worth $3,000-plus a square foot?