Tom Acitelli has been the editor of Curbed Boston since the site's September 2011 launch. He lives and works in Harvard Square.
Tiny Beacon Hill one-bedroom for sale packs a lot in
The price, though, pencils out to more than $1,200 a square foot. Such is the Boston market for now.
Which Boston places do you still call by their old names?
For some, Boston’s tallest building will always be the Hancock, and the Polish Triangle is still a neighborhood between Dot and Southie.
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Everything about renting in the Boston area amid coronavirus
Here’s regularly updated news and information for tenants as the pandemic upends an already infamously difficult rental market.
Dorchester Vic with a basement and a lawn asks $729,000
The Melville Park spread dates from 1880, and includes three floors of living space and a particularly eye-popping kitchen.
Boston-area evictions amid coronavirus: What to know
It’s unlikely there will be many evictions during the pandemic, but that doesn’t mean tenants are off the hook. Here’s the latest as of mid-April.
How many Bostonians struggled with housing costs for April?
Hard to say. But a new analysis estimates that nearly 1 in 4 tenant and owner households regionally had trouble making the rent or the mortgage, likely due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There’s an Eastie fixer-upper for sale for under $500,000
The house in a prime spot in Eagle Hill has not traded in nearly 30 years, and was on the market only twice during that time.
How to search for a Boston-area apartment
These 12 sites provide prospective tenants with ways to filter one of the most competitive and expensive rental markets in the United States. Each has its pros and cons.
What $2,600 rents around Boston now
Uncover what the sum commands in East Boston, the South End, Jamaica Plain, and elsewhere.
Renovated midcentury modern in Lincoln asks $1.15 million
The rustic redoubt 30 minutes from Boston was redone in 2019 and 2020, and includes four bedrooms