The 10-room, five-fireplace spread includes its own elevator entrance as well as Charles River views.
The house with three bedrooms includes a three-season porch and a sizable yard.
And of course the 14-room Brattle Street spread isn’t even the most expensive home for sale in the People’s Republic.
Other big development news this week includes hotels in downtown Boston, Back Bay, and the Seaport as well as the resurrection of a proposal for over the Mass. Pike.
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While seniors do occupy a lot of housing, a closer analysis shows they aren’t causing the problem.
Don’t laugh—starter homes are hard to come by in the coveted Boston enclave. Plus, check out the roof deck.
The 1,054-room Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport is counting on attracting not only business travelers via the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center across the street, but locals and tourists too.
A February report shows rents jumped year over year in places such as Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville. What else is new?
The current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has never lived in the Boston area. But 12 of Donald Trump’s predecessors have.
Two of the city’s oldest neighborhoods offer a few deals for first-time buyers.
Malden and Cambridge were relatively rife with over-asks in 2019, while Boston proper saw relatively few.
The spread includes one bathroom and two parking spots. Take a look around and then take your best guess.
Reebok founder Paul Fireman has cut the price of his own Brookline expanse to a mere $33 million.