Find out what the monthly sum can command in Back Bay, Roslindale, Jamaica Plain, and elsewhere.
Other big development news this week surrounds the novel coronavirus’ effects on Boston-area real estate.
Exchange South End, Winthrop Center, Allston Yards, Suffolk Downs—these and so many others are worth keeping tabs on during the year.
Discover what the sum commands in Dorchester, Allston, South Boston, and elsewhere.
It looks like the sum commands at least two bedrooms in nice spreads in neighborhoods such as Allston, Dorchester, and Mission Hill.
The Boston neighborhood best-known as a student-heavy redoubt is seeing or will see some major mixed-use construction, including Harvard’s latest campus, Allston Green, and Common Allbright.
Other big development news of the week includes a demolition in Back Bay and an approval in Allston.
The development is due to add 344 housing units to a Boston neighborhood that has seen—and is seeing—a slew of construction.
Discover what the sum commands in neighborhoods such as Allston, Jamaica Plain, Beacon Hill, and West Roxbury.
The development would mean a 22-story tower in between Soldiers Field Road and Western Avenue.
Other big development news of the week includes a 25-acre Roslindale parcel for sale and major development throughout Dorchester.
The sum can nab sizable spreads in neighborhoods such as Dorchester, Allston, and Roxbury—but in other places it’s a tight fit.
Common Allbright on Lincoln Street in Allston would add 278 bedrooms to a slowly growing city trend.
A Soldiers Field Road apartment building would join a wave of development in the area, including Allston Yards and plans for WBZ-TV’s HQ.
The sum can command a wide variety of properties in neighborhoods such as Dorchester, East Boston, and Jamaica Plain, though most won’t be all that big.
Jobs in the field pay handsomely, and that helps fuel a housing market that’s come to depend on more affluent tenants and buyers.
Other big development news from the week includes a proposal to demolish and replace half of Quincy City Hall and the amenities arms race in Boston.
Allston, Roxbury, Fort Point, and a handful of other enclaves are especially set to change—and to continue to change—in 2020.
The house dates from 1900, and offers the sort of space rare in one of Boston’s fastest-changing neighborhoods.
Other big development news of the week includes another major project in Allston as well as ones in Somerville and Cambridge—and the top neighborhoods of the 2010s.
Manhattan-based giant Tishman Speyer will develop 14 acres due to host what the university has dubbed its Enterprise Research Campus—and it’s going to be "hyper-social."
Allston, Roxbury, the Seaport, Union Square, East Boston, the West End, and more—region-defining change was a constant in these enclaves during the 2010s.
The four-building Allston Yards project is due to include 868 apartments and condos off the turnpike.
The project joins quite a bit of development either planned or underway in the surrounding neighborhood.
Other big development news this week includes decisions on selling the Hynes Convention Center and on picking a developer for Harvard’s big Allston parcel.
Other big development news from the week includes a major climate change initiative from Boston, a preliminary plan for a Fort Point parcel, and movement on Harvard’s Allston footprint.
The school expects to pick a final winner for the rights to the 14-acre footprint along Western Avenue before 2020. It’s whittled the contenders to nine.
Coworking, transit-oriented projects, life sciences hubs, and more—the new year will be a busy one.
Geography, infills, independence movements—all played roles in shaping the city’s positional vocabulary.
Kendall Square, downtown Boston, the South End, and others—these are the regional enclaves experiencing the most development-driven change as the calendar clicks over to fall.
The latest Critical Mass. roundup includes a new theater next to Fenway Park and big plans for the old Alexandra Hotel.
The six-building project at Harvard Avenue and Cambridge Street in Allston is due to include hundreds of apartments and condos as well as a redone Allston Hall.
These newer listings include a single-family in South Boston and condos in Allston and Back Bay.
The school’s 14 acres along Western Avenue could host hundreds of thousands of square feet of lab, office, and residential space—and be the start of something even bigger.
These newer listings in Allston, Beacon Hill, Dorchester, and elsewhere tend to be on the smaller side.
These relatively affordable options, each recently listed, include several condos and a single-family.
Our new Critical Mass. weekly roundup includes Encore Boston Harbor’s opening, One Congress’ groundbreaking, and a kerfuffle in the Leather District.
These newer listings in Allston, Brighton, East Boston, and elsewhere include a house and a handful of condos.