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Year in Review: Curbed Boston's Most Read Posts of 2013

Or: You were really into new development. In descending order below are the most read items on Curbed Boston during the last 12 months based solely on web traffic.

10. In November, we ran down the many, many rental developments planned, going up or recently opened region-wide, including the Chelsea Place (above), where the floorplans are named after presidents.
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9. As part of Renters Week 2013, we mapped all the Hub homes asking at least $10,000 as of late November, including 130 Commonwealth Avenue (rent: $36,000).
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8. This was an update of our Rental Development Heatmap to include projects like 1480 Tremont Street (rendered). It was published Nov. 22.

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7. This mid-September item covered Boston's O.K. for the 691-foot, 58-story Christian Science Plaza tower—a.k.a. what will be the city's tallest residential spire.
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6. Yet another version of our Rental Development Heatmap, this one out on June 7.
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5. This late January item mapped all the new apartment and condo development as of then throughout the region. It included one of the first renderings of the now-underway Millennium Tower against the Boston skyline.
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4. Who doesn't like a little red-carpet real estate? In this case, it was an October item about Tomsele's plans for a 14,000-square-foot-plus mansion in Chestnut Hill.
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3. And who doesn't like to know the cheapest and the priciest areas to rent an apartment? You certainly did back in January.
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2. We all breathlessly followed in August the bidding for the 113-foot Graves Lighthouse and surrounding 10-acre island 9 miles off the coast of Boston.
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1. The most read Curbed Boston item of 2013 was, appropriately enough given the pace of development hereabouts, an update of our Rental Development Heatmap.

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