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A lot of Curbed Boston readers nailed the asking price for this 14th-floor spread—did you?
A first-of-its-kind pilot program in Massachusetts could lead to big micromobility changes in the Boston region.
The third episode of Nice Try! travels to postwar suburbia, where homebuyers were sold their own personal utopias.
State Street Corporation will anchor this 43-story, 528-foot part of Bulfinch Crossing.
The project at an old hospital site would contain both condos and apartments—and a lot of green space.
The West Broadway spread also includes a custom-built staircase and a private roof deck.
As housing prices keep rising, Americans higher and higher up the income spectrum feel the pinch.
The stately Back Bay spread, which also comes with three bedrooms, is but the latest in a run of luxury listings in a crowded Boston market.
Oxford Properties wants to build to 340 feet at 125 Lincoln Street, but opponents say such a tower would violate zoning regs.
They also tend to ride during off-peak hours, suggesting that fare subsidies do not necessarily increase congestion. Will it lead to a statewide low-fare program?
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The Marlborough Street spread includes a 525-square-foot roof deck.
The 15th-floor Mandarin Oriental spread also includes several private terraces.
Oxford Properties Group is one of Boston’s biggest landlords, but has never built in the city. Its recently filed plans include indoor and outdoor public space.
This 14th-floor corner unit near the Emerald Necklace also includes two full bathrooms. Take a look around and then take your best guess.
The Boston one-bedroom median was up nearly 9 percent annually. The city, along with Cambridge and Brookline, are the region’s most expensive locales, according to Zumper.
Tentative plans near the JFK/UMass T stop call for hundreds of housing units, plus retail, parkland, and parking.
Celebrity Series of Boston is organizing 5,000 brief shows on the Rose Kennedy Greenway and in front of Harvard’s Science Center.
Only about 1 in 5 readers guessed the correct asking here—were you one of them?
The plaza project—which included new paving and a restoration of the fountain there—was meant to make it more accessible and to better connect it with the area.
By 2030, they’ll comprise 56 percent of all new homebuyers in the country
A new analysis takes what’s probably the deepest dive yet into an issue that might be unique to the Boston region: So many different municipalities with so many different zoning hoops to jump through.
The initial work would shore up the seven-acre expanse’s foundations. But the start of the major stuff is slated for next spring.
The 13-story building at 100 Shawmut Avenue is expected to have 138 luxury condos, and will be the first of a trio of projects in that immediate area.
The capacious Victorian dating from around 1890 also includes five fireplaces and the potential for four bedrooms.
And the fountain will come with a "continuous" evening light show to help mark the Greenway’s 10th anniversary.
Neighborhoods beyond downtown—like Dorchester and Jamaica Plain—offer best chances for cheaper Boston rents. Also, consider staying on the T a bit longer.
The spread also includes two porches, a fenced-in backyard, and parking for three. Take a look around and then take your best guess.
The four-floor pile near Back Bay includes four bedrooms and a sizable patio too.