The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the Greater Boston neighborhood of the year, is kicking off with 16 areas vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. This week we'll have two matchups per day, and all the results and the full tournament bracket will be reviewed on Friday.
Will the 169-unit apartment complex be the start of something big and beautiful in the Red Line-serviced area just beyond Boston? Or will it stall? It's taken years to get going, but leasing has been brisk so far.
The smallest condos for sale in Quincy, Waltham, and Watertown are asking between $368 and $690 a square foot, according to a new analysis. That makes them cheaper than similarly sized condos in other Boston neighbors such as Arlington and Malden.
The 180-unit apartment development just off the Quincy Adams Red Line stop hit the milestone roughly six months after leasing commenced. The developer has pitched Deco as an alternative to Boston proper 20 minutes (or so) north.
Plans call for 579 units and hundreds of parking spaces on a lot around the North Quincy Red Line stop. The development would join major ones already underway or recently finished in Boston's southern neighbor, including West of Chestnut and Deco.