Some Climate Mayors make big promises on the international stage, but expand fossil-fuel infrastructure at home.
The nine-story building is is one of those Boston piles leading the city’s ultra-luxury sales boom.
The week’s other big development news includes a Somerville life sciences building, the rollout of Fenway Center, and, yes, another big going-on in Newton.
Not too many Curbed Boston readers guessed the correct asking price—did you?
The sum might surprise you, it might not. Hint: Boston’s northern neighbor has long been known as a place to find deals in an increasingly expensive region.
Drivers can spend nearly $10,000 a year commuting. It’s probably the housing costs, but it’s so much more.
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Uber, bike-shares, extended Green and Silver lines, a bigger Logan, and more—transit sure has changed since 2010.
Bastrop, Texas, found that updating the building code meant getting back on the grid.
Consider this a master class in organized chaos as we source decor ideas from the Victorian home of design legend Gere Kavanaugh.
The 290,000-square-foot spec lab property near Somerville’s Union Square is one of many such developments going up in the Boston region.
The condo also comes with a garage parking space—take a look around and then take your best guess re: the price.
How close to Boston proper does one have to be to say one grew up in/lives in/hails from "Boston"?
New numbers for October confirm trends that started in the late summer, including more homes to choose from and prices that aren’t simply marching upward.
The apartment also includes one bedroom. Take a look around then take your best guess re: the rent.
Other big development news of the week includes Northeastern proposing another private dorm and the umpteenth try at redeveloping the Boston Harbor Garage.
A new analysis spells out the rise this past year in rents in larger buildings near South Station, North Station, Back Bay Station, and elsewhere.