There are myriad transportation changes in the immediate offing, too, and various cities and towns are undertaking a massive effort to build more housing across the region.
All of this leads to our latest open thread, our last one of 2018, in fact: Which trends, changes, or developments are you most looking for to next year? Sound off in the comments section below.
- 7 neighborhoods in the Boston area that everyone should be watching [Curbed Boston]
- Boston developments to watch in 2019: 11 key ones, mapped [Curbed Boston]
- 10 Boston transportation changes that should give commuters hope [Curbed Boston]
- Boston’s best idea of 2018: Build new homes, and lots of ‘em! [Curbed Boston]
- Somerville zoning could see biggest changes since 1990 [Curbed Boston]
- Downtown Boston master zoning plan to prioritize transit, affordable housing, open space [Curbed Boston]
- Boston sidewalk repairs to focus on previously underserved neighborhoods [Curbed Boston]
- Boston real estate predictions for 2019: Slower sales, higher rents, and development galore [Curbed Boston]