Discover what the sum commands in Ten Hills, Winter Hill, East Somerville, and elsewhere.
Very few Curbed Boston readers guessed this one—did you?
These include recently listed spreads in East Cambridge, Arlington, Watertown, and Somerville.
Just when so many tenants and prospective tenants could use a break, the numbers hold steady into April.
The condo comes with one bathroom too. Take a look around and then take your best guess re: the price.
That’s the week's biggest development news—though there’s also a proposal for Brighton and some choice nuggets from the archives.
Know where to search, what questions to ask, when to look, and more when hunting for an apartment in one of the most expensive rental markets in the U.S.
The coronavirus-related move comes as Gov. Charlie Baker encourages development to continue statewide. Cambridge and Somerville joined Boston, though, in reiterating bans.
Looking for breaks in Cambridge, Somerville, Boston proper, and elsewhere? We have intel on applying for subsidized and set-aside units in one of the most expensive housing markets in the U.S.
From repairs to rent increases to security deposits to withholding the monthly check, here’s what you should know if you lease a home in Greater Boston.
The duplex done in the housing setup that’s somewhat rare for the Boston area comes with a large patio and the potential to add a basement space.
The circa-1900 spread in the Powder House Square-Magoun Square borderlands includes original details as well as the potential for four bedrooms.
The 11-room Winter Hill house near the Green Line’s future Gilman Station sits on a sizable lot and includes the potential for seven bedrooms.
The spread includes parking, a washer-dryer, and two decks. Is that a deal?
This week’s options include a Queen Ann Victorian in Davis Square, a three-level single-family in Teele Square, and a recently refreshed condo in East Somerville.
Uncover what the sum commands in enclaves such as Prospect Hill, West Somerville, and Spring Hill.
The current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has never lived in the Boston area. But 12 of Donald Trump’s predecessors have.
The 11-room house is the product of a meticulous restoration of a property dating from 1900.
Malden and Cambridge were relatively rife with over-asks in 2019, while Boston proper saw relatively few.
Davis Square, East Somerville, Powder House Square—find out how far the sum goes in these and other places.
The Spring Hill house has a backyard and a third level that could use some work.
From bustling spots such as South Station and Copley Square to quieter environs such as the Boston Public Library and the Arnold Arboretum, these are the choicest locations for moving on.
Instead, older empty-nesters and roommates cluster in condos and apartments with three bedrooms and up—the sort perfect for families with kids—a new report says.
From potholes to piled-up garbage to broken lights to busted traffic signals—never despair of civic repairs again.
New statistics show that apartment rents haven’t budged much in 12 months—and they certainly haven’t dropped significantly.
Jobs in the field pay handsomely, and that helps fuel a housing market that’s come to depend on more affluent tenants and buyers.
By mid-2018, there were a handful of bike-share options in the Boston area and maybe more on the way. As of early 2020, there’s really only one. Here are the details.
Not too many readers got this one—did you?
The spread with high ceilings and recessed lighting is part of a two-family—take a look and then take your best guess.
These selections range from discount spots for the more budget-conscious to higher-end boutiques that put the "hand" in "handmade."
These homes—most gut-renovations or ground-up developments—showcase the city’s changes. Peek inside.
The city’s new rules repeal minimum parking requirements for most of Somerville and allow backyard cottages—including tiny homes—among myriad other changes.
The week’s other big development news includes a Somerville life sciences building, the rollout of Fenway Center, and, yes, another big going-on in Newton.
Uber, bike-shares, extended Green and Silver lines, a bigger Logan, and more—transit sure has changed since 2010.
Encore Boston Harbor, Assembly Row, Boston Landing, Seaport Square, the Ink Block, and more—these projects left indelible marks on the Boston region in the 2010s.
The 290,000-square-foot spec lab property near Somerville’s Union Square is one of many such developments going up in the Boston region.
Seize the season with these local collections of vendors, which might offer fun beyond shopping.
Remember micro-apartments? Or "Somerville is the New Brooklyn"? When’s the last time you grabbed a coffee in the Innovation District?
It looks like it’ll get you at least three bedrooms in neighborhoods such as Davis and Union squares.