A Connecticut proposal once again raises the question of whether all of New England should just go ahead and make the leap one hour forward.
The parcel at Dartmouth Street in Back Bay is expected to fetch tens of millions of dollars because of its location—and because it could host a new development.
The house near Harvard Square dates from 1888, and it runs to 7,200 square feet. Takers?
Once expected before the end of 2018, the first six of 152 total are now anticipated sometime after the middle of March.
How the Trump administration plans to weaken housing discrimination regulations.
The city needs homes and fast—luckily, there are several places where apartment and condo buildings would fit nicely.
The renovated Back Bay spread also includes a two-car garage and an elevator to five floors.
The price includes access to laundry and bike storage in the building. What is that price? Take your best guess.
New legislation would target many deals of at least $2 million as well as real estate flippers.
The recently announced state plan to lower the Pike and raise Soldiers Field is likely to take much of the 2020s—and a lot about it remains uncertain.
The last elevated train stopped rolling as recently as 2004.