A proposal would have the old Channel 56 site at 75 Morrissey Boulevard host two towers of up to 17 stories.
The housing market continues its turn, despite surges in sales and prices in late 2019.
The 13-room house—technically deeded as a condo—also comes with a section just for wine-tasting and a theater. And the pool table goes in the foyer.
In Orlando, ground zero of the pedestrian safety crisis, a mayor’s traffic reform goals are put to the test.
Just what the city needs! It’s one of three units in the property between Codman Square and Lower Mills.
Can you blame them given the region’s high rents? Still, a good share of tenants are looking to stay for whatever reasons.
It’s part of a five-unit development just north.of the Red Line’s Andrew stop—just the sort of transit-oriented development Boston needs more of.
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The spread could accommodate up to four bedrooms. Take a look around and then take a guess re: the price.
Such a figure underscores just how pricey residential real estate has become in recent years. What’s next?
Other big development news of the week includes disruption at South Station, a tentative opening date for the Globe’s old HQ, and a big listing from UMass-Boston.
The recent sales drop mirrors a trend in the wider Boston housing market. Meanwhile, downtown condos are doing just fine.
The primary-colored eyesore became a community gathering place.
From potholes to piled-up garbage to broken lights to busted traffic signals—never despair of civic repairs again.
The end of 2019 was apparently quite a swell time to be a seller in neighborhoods such as Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway, and South Boston.
It’s rare to find a decent single-family within the city limits for around that amount. This Dorchester spread checks the box.
The expansion of the Boston region’s dominant bike-share system might roll out as soon as this spring, but there are funding challenges.
Housing availability and affordability will help determine these states’ trajectories this year.
New statistics show that apartment rents haven’t budged much in 12 months—and they certainly haven’t dropped significantly.
It’s the year’s first Boston listing to scratch $10 million, and it’s a doozy. Come for the elevator, stay for the roof deck.