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Curbed Boston’s greatest hits

We’ve closed up shop for the time being

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Dear reader,

We’re writing with some news: After nearly nine years, we’ve closed up shop at Curbed Boston, at least for the time being.

In the meantime, we’re leaving our homepage curated with our best and most resourceful explainers, how-tos, maps, and a stream of stories on how the region is coping with the coronavirus pandemic.

Want to know what’s happening outside of the Boston area? Our national site will continue to report on how changes in the housing market could affect you, feature striking homes from around the country, and distill the latest design trends. You can also follow Curbed on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook—where we also host groups for fans of midcentury modern houses and interiors and campers, vans, and RVs.

For now, we’ll leave you with some of Curbed Boston’s greatest hits:

The Boston area’s 10 most important neighborhoods of the decade, explained

How sports drove the debate over development in the Boston area this decade

Why Boston-area traffic is so bad

Why Boston rents are so high

Why Boston housing prices are so high

How to get around the Boston area without a car

Why the T struggles, explained

Renting in the Boston area amid coronavirus, explained

What Boston-area homebuyers need to know during the coronavirus pandemic

101 things to love about Boston

And then there’s our Critical Mass. archive of major development news and trends. Cheers.