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How much for a Philly-style condo near Tufts in Somerville?

The duplex has the potential for three bedrooms—and it comes with garaged parking. What say you re: the price? Take a look and then take your best guess.

Wynn might sell Encore Boston Harbor to MGM: Report

Talks between the two Vegas giants are "very preliminary" as the Everett complex’s opening date approaches this summer.

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JP condo project underscores Boston’s parking-conversion trend

A four-story condo building with work-live lofts for artists will replace a Brookside Avenue parking lot.

I grew up without a fixed address

I lived in an estimated 70 places before I graduated high school. For me, and others like me, entire chunks of my childhood don’t officially exist.

Which infrastructure projects should be on the Boston area’s to-do list?

Somerville officials and residents want to lower the McGrath Overpass. What’d you want to do? Sound off.

Big reveal: The rent on a one-bedroom loft near the T in South Boston

A lot of readers nailed the correct rent here—did you?

Dorchester’s JFK library remains one of I.M. Pei’s most enduring works 40 years on

The complex in Columbia Point could’ve ended up a staid academic building. It did not.

TD Garden: The ultimate guide to the home of the Bruins

How to get there, where to sit, what to eat—and more—regarding New England’s biggest indoor arena.

What $1 million buys around Boston now

Our latest Curbed Comparisons tackles listings in Charlestown, Dorchester, Back Bay, South Boston, and elsewhere.

National partnership aims to boost Boston transportation

National Association of City Transportation Officials—NACTO—will advise Boston on a project to both improve transit and reduce carbon emissions.

Charlestown condo with private courtyard, gated parking drops for $1.35 million

The spread, in a property dating from 1870, falls within the neighborhood’s gas-light district.

The U.S. has an affordable housing crisis. Here’s why

Market forces, policy decisions, and demographic changes have converged, making it more difficult to increase affordable housing for renters and buyers in U.S. cities.

The Relocation of the Iconic Curious George Store May Include Pop-Up Cafes

The longtime Harvard Square shop will move to Central Square under new ownership

Downtown Boston parking norms are dying a slow death

Official policy, development trends, micromobility, and more are leading to a generational shift in one of America’s most congested towns.

Women on wheels

The bicycle’s feminist legacy has faded, but modern feminists are fighting for cycling again.

Here are median apartment rents as of May in 16 Boston-area cities and towns

A new report reinforces that the farther out tenants look, the likelier they are to find deals.

Fort Point sale could mean mixed-use development on former Gillette lot

Developer Related Beal wants "to create a diverse, mixed-use development ... and expand public waterfront access."

Is the T the nation’s best mass transit system?

Of course not—but an advocacy group is putting it to a vote nonetheless.

Could Bakersfield become a California boom town?

Local entrepreneurs want to turn a boom in new businesses into an urban renaissance.

Dorchester shingle Victorian dating from 1888 on sale for $1.1 million

The cavernous house in Ashmont includes the potential for four bedrooms.

Is 10 feet wide enough for Somerville’s big new bike path?

The planned route from the Davis Square area to Lechmere is part of the extension of the Green Line.

Myrtle the Turtle sculpture in Beacon Hill nods to New England Aquarium mainstay

Nancy Schön, the sculptor behind the Public Garden’s "Make Way for Ducklings," crafted this 4-foot-long bronze too.

What $2,000 a month rents around Boston now

Curbed Comparisons is a regular column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount in the Boston area. Next up is $2,000 a month in Boston!

Back Bay brownstones offer pair of condos blocks apart

The two two-bedrooms along Commonwealth Avenue are listed separately, each within a classic feature of the Boston neighborhood.

How much to rent a one-bedroom loft near the T in South Boston?

This capacious condo for lease includes two full bathrooms and a washer-dryer. What say you re: the rent? Take a look and then take your best guess.

Cambridge’s same-sex marriage milestone turns 15: What’s been the impact?

The city was the first in the nation to sanction such nuptials, though quantifying the move’s economic effects remains elusive.

Bright Queen Anne Vic in West Cambridge has original 1882 moldings and pocket doors

The 11-room Buckingham Street spread is retailing for $2.87 million.

New HUD rule would render 55,000 children of immigrants homeless

According to HUD’s own analysis, the proposed rule would also separate those kids from their parents in the process.

Big reveal: A two-bedroom halfway between Central and Harvard squares

A lot of readers nailed the correct asking for this condo—did you?

Bike lanes need barriers, not just paint

Cities shouldn’t let their cyclists get run over.

Encore Boston Harbor casino-resort might delay its opening past July 4

Wynn Resorts’ Everett complex was supposed to open June 23. A regulatory imbroglio with the state could mean it blows that deadline by weeks.

Boston-Cambridge bike route near Museum of Science getting big safety upgrade

Charles River Dam Road and the Craigie Bridge will have separate, protected bike lanes in each direction and better markings and signage in general.

GE headquarters sale could mean a life sciences hub in Fort Point

The company is selling its footprint to at least one developer known for life sciences projects and tenants.

5 teardrop trailers you can buy right now

Today’s teardrops combine all the comforts of home within a classic tiny shape. We break down five campers that have caught our eye.

Boston world’s fifth-best city for technology startups: Report

The city is the third-best nationally, and scores particularly well in terms of brainpower.

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Mapping the Boston area’s role in 19th-century abolitionism

These 10 spots include notable houses and stops on the Underground Railroad.

Encore Boston Harbor ferry service to cost up to $7 a ride and include a Seaport stop

The year-round runs will also include a Long Wharf docking. The general public, too, is welcome to come aboard.

MassArt’s free contemporary art museum to open in February 2020

Or at least that’s the plan for the Huntington Avenue space, which will be used for teaching as well as exhibits.

Massachusetts condo, single-family home sales up annually in April: Report

Prices meanwhile were either up only slightly or down.