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Mapping T Ridership; Seaport Office Rents; More!

HUB-WIDE—That record T traffic is exactly where you'd expect it to be. See above map. [Bostonography]

JAMAICA PLAIN—The neighborhood makes the cut for Best Old House Neighborhoods 2012: "Most date from 1840 to 1900, a time when railroads and streetcars first made it possible for commuters to live here. Styles include Greek Revival, Stick, Queen Anne, and Italianate. There's also an ample supply of Boston's legendary three-decker houses, which have been turned into condos, starting at around $199,000. Houses run from about $360,000 to the millions." [This Old House]
SEAPORT—Sunrise, sunset: "Now that rents have jumped to $40 a foot compared with $30 in many brick and beam buildings near the South Boston Waterfront and upwards of $50 a foot at Fan Pier, many of the traditional firms that were the bread and butter for commercial brokers are looking to cheaper digs across Fort Point Channel..." [Banker & Tradesman]

Vertex Pharmaceuticals (Fan Pier)

1 Marina Park Drive, Boston, MA 02210 Visit Website