The lofty spread also comes with two full bathrooms. Take a look around and then try to guess the rent.
Some locals worry the project is too big for the area, however, with one building along Linden Street slated to be 14 floors.
The brightly crafted interior looks thoroughly contemporary, but the bones of the property date from 1899. There is also a deck out back and a patio.
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The inn near South Station will replace a blighted site and mean community sweeteners such as sidewalk cleaning.
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From its U.S. headquarters in Fort Point, Scape hopes to grow to 20,000 beds nationwide. Will such growth help dent housing costs for everyone else?
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The six-building Kendall Square Initiative is expected to add 1.8 million square feet in housing, offices, and more. Then will come another university project of similar size right nearby.
A recent Bloomberg analysis looked at mortgage costs and apartment rents for living relatively comfortably in a variety of international destinations.
The 3,954-square-foot house—part of the historic Harriswood Crescent—has been renovated to the point where it looks rather contemporary inside. But its exterior and its layout hint at its historic origins.
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