Just about the game-changing-est area in the entire Boston region (with the possible exception of Somerville) is the east-northeast stretch of the South End. Several new projects there, including the multifaceted Ink Block, the uber-controversial Lucas and the just-announced block-long 575 Albany Street, are set to add thousands of apartments and condos—and therefore thousands of residents—to the once-gritty area where I-93 and the Turnpike meet. Eleven projects in particular, all either opened within the last year or very much on the drawing board, are powering most of the transformation.
· Here's How Many Ink Block Apartments Have Been Rented [Curbed Boston]
· South End's Lucas Has At Least Three Units Asking $3M-Plus [Curbed Boston]
· South End's Boomlet Echoes On: Two More Apartment Buildings [Curbed Boston]
· No Green Line Extension?! A Lot of People Are Worried [Curbed Boston]
· Our Curbed Maps archive [Curbed Boston]