Curbed Comparisons is a weekly column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount in the Boston area. Is one woman’s studio another woman’s townhouse? Let’s find out!
The region’s sales market is likely to dip in the new year, while its rental market will get even tougher for tenants. Then there’s the new development.
Seven Massachusetts firms have rendered their favorite styles in the sweetest of ways. You can vote for the best one.
The house dating from 1951 includes two fireplaces and multiple skylights.
Plans to increase urban density may foreshadow how cities respond to efforts to cut emissions.
These include big numbers underway such as the Hub on Causeway and Bulfinch Crossing, and coming attractions like Exchange South End and the redevelopment of Suffolk Downs.
Some fantastic buildings topped off or opened in Boston this year. We want your help in declaring the best of the bunch.
Tiny home includes an in-unit washer-dryer and access to 319 A’s shared spaces. What’d you think?
The number of options and the number of vehicles exploded regionally during the past 12 months. Can everyone learn to pedal together?
The house in the Auburndale area dates from 1928, and includes a gas-powered stove in the sunroom.
Automation and lighting changes were also part of a major revamp that—for better or worse—retained the chamber’s Brutalist milieu.