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.
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.
New figures show year-over-year increases throughout the region, with Cambridge and Boston the most expensive municipalities for renting.
Go inside the couple’s expansive estate, which is retailing for $33.9 million as the New England Patriots quarterback approaches free agency.
In the same neighborhood in the same town where Tom Brady’s asking $33 million-plus there’s a humbler yet very nice spread for sale.
The current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has never lived in the Boston area. But 12 of Donald Trump’s predecessors have.
Reebok founder Paul Fireman has cut the price of his own Brookline expanse to a mere $33 million.
Not every listing in Boston’s western neighbor has to run into the millions or involve Tom Brady, This Coolidge Corner spread proves it.
The 13-room house—technically deeded as a condo—also comes with a section just for wine-tasting and a theater. And the pool table goes in the foyer.
The townhouse is the product of a renovation of a 100-year-old property near the border with Boston.
From potholes to piled-up garbage to broken lights to busted traffic signals—never despair of civic repairs again.
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.
The San Francisco outfit says it will instead double down on e-scooters. It’s at least the fourth bike-share system in Greater Boston to cease operations.
Determined to fix up this or that in your home? Start with a visit to—and advice from—these shops around the region.
Just over the Boston line, this spread also comes with a 900-square-foot roof deck.
John F. Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917 in the family home in Brookline. From that moment, the 35th president's life was entwined with the Boston region.
Transportation, housing costs, schools, parks, property taxes, and more should factor into any decision about where to live in the Boston area.
Micromobility firm Lime is using the results of a recent survey regarding its Brookline pilot program to fuel its push for more electric battery-powered scooters in the region.
The 7-acre estate instantly becomes the second most expensive listing in the Boston area—especially since Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen cut the price of their mansion.
The brisk pace for a 25-unit building where units start at $2,500 a month highlights the wider region’s demand for housing.
The Boston region has some of America's oldest cemeteries, with a handful stretching back to the early 1600s and a goodly proportion launching well before the 1900s.
The couple had listed the palatial Chestnut Hill estate for nearly $40 million in mid-August.
The house includes four bedrooms and an in-ground pool. There’s also an elevator.
Critical Mass. is a weekly roundup of the most notable development news in the Boston area. This busy go-round includes goings on in the South End, West Newton, and Alewife.
No. 12 and family have listed their Chestnut Hill spread for nearly $40 million, but there are much less expensive options in Boston’s western neighbor.
Guest house and spa come included
Because Bluebikes are free this Saturday, and Lime continues to expand
The four-level house also comes with several bedrooms and lots and lots of natural light.
The Oak Hill spread includes four corner bedrooms and an in-ground pool. There’s also a finished lower level.
Getting a good view is not always easy. Even peak points such as the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown fail to offer decent vantages. These nine points do just that, however.
Apartments in the 17-unit project at 455 Harvard Street near Coolidge Corner start at more than $3,200 a month.
A first-of-its-kind pilot program in Massachusetts could lead to big micromobility changes in the Boston region.
These 10 spots include notable houses and stops on the Underground Railroad.
Electric bikes, electric scooters, and bike-shares abound now in the Boston region. Here’s a running breakdown of what’s available and where.
The good news for tenants? These monthly sums barely budged from March to April. The bad news? Check out the sums.
Operators Lime and Bird are rolling out a pilot program for the vehicles, which are technically illegal under state law. If it goes well, e-scooters could pop up region-wide.
Not too many readers got this one—did you?
The spread near Jamaica Pond includes access to a deeded parking spot and access to bike storage. Take a look and then take your best guess as to the price.
The Brookline shop is near two Green Line stops—and the company behind it recommends customers take the train rather than drive.