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Tom Acitelli has been the editor of Curbed Boston since the site's September 2011 launch. He lives and works in Harvard Square.

Curbed Boston’s greatest hits

We’ve closed up shop for the time being

Resources for Boston-area renters amid coronavirus

Where can I go for coronavirus-related housing help? Where can I find affordable housing? Answers to these and other questions here.

Big reveal: The rent on a renovated East Boston three-bedroom

Not too many Curbed Boston readers guessed correctly here—did you?

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What Boston homebuyers need to know amid coronavirus

Will prices come down? How do I tour a home? Have closings changed? Answers to these questions and more as the virus disrupts the region’s housing market.

Boston traffic and transit post-pandemic: Just imagine

The novel coronavirus has so many people sticking close to home that it has highlighted the potential for real change when it comes to transportation. What’d you think will happen?

How much to rent a renovated East Boston three-bedroom?

The spread includes a washer-dryer and private outdoor space. Take a look and then take your best guess re: the monthly cost.

Mass. construction union says members can return to work

The other big development news of the week has to do with demand for all that under-development housing in the Boston area.

Big reveal: A South End two-bedroom with a private deck

Not a lot of Curbed Boston readers guessed the correct asking price here. Did you?

Now what for housing prices in the Boston area?

New stats for March show steep drops in the supply of available homes. But that only appeared to help drive prices that much higher, pandemic or not.

Massachusetts housing inventory tanks amid coronavirus

A new report shows declines in key measures of just how many options buyers have. Meanwhile, sales decline too.