These spreads in Cambridge, Boston, and Quincy each offer a fair amount of space as well as ready proximity to the T’s busiest line.
It’s part of a five-unit development just north.of the Red Line’s Andrew stop—just the sort of transit-oriented development Boston needs more of.
The sum can command modern appliances and stylish finishes in neighborhoods such as Back Bay, Mission Hill, East Boston, and Bay Village.
The sum can rent quite a bit farther out in Boston, in neighborhoods such as Hyde Park and Charlestown, but the pickings are smaller closer to downtown.
The recent sales drop mirrors a trend in the wider Boston housing market. Meanwhile, downtown condos are doing just fine.
Most of the city’s core enclaves, including Back Bay, Beacon Hill, South Boston, and the South End, remain on the pricier side at the start of 2020. But there are some surprises.
A house in Charlestown, a one-bedroom in Back Bay—a million bucks goes in all sorts of directions in Boston at the start of 2020.
The sum can buy everything from a snug one-bedroom condo in Back Bay to a sprawling house with a yard in Roxbury.
A lot of Curbed Boston readers nailed this asking price—did you?
The duplex also comes with parking and central air. Take a look around and then take your best guess re: the price.
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.
Not too many Curbed Boston readers got this one—did you?
The mixed-use proposal for a Dorchester Avenue site might foreshadow a lot more development between the Broadway and Andrew T stops.
The two-bedroom also comes with a garage parking spot. Take a look around and then take your best guess re: the rent.
Can you tell the neighborhoods apart in our latest tour? Time was price alone separated the Seaport.
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.
Not too many Curbed Boston readers guessed the correct asking price—did you?
It looks like the sum rents at least one bedroom in enclaves such as Telegraph Hill and City Point, though not much else.
The condo also comes with a garage parking space—take a look around and then take your best guess re: the price.
Seize the season with these local collections of vendors, which might offer fun beyond shopping.
It looks like the price commands at least two bedrooms throughout the city—and maybe parking too.
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.
East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, and elsewhere—these two-bedrooms can be found throughout the city.
The first Cambria-brand hotel in Massachusetts plans to host a VIP unveiling at its 6 West Broadway site near the Red Line.
These markers commemorate events, battles, and wars stretching back to the earliest days of the Revolution and encompassing more recent conflicts such as the Second Iraq War and the bombing of the Marine barracks in Beirut.
Other big development news of the week includes Hub on Causeway’s official opening and a milestone for the South End’s Quinn condo project.
It looks like it can land a tenant a washer-dryer, among other perks. Check out these recent listings in the South End, Back Bay, South Boston, and elsewhere.
These listings in the North End, Dorchester, the South End, and elsewhere include one- and two-bedrooms.
These newer listings showcase what the sum can buy in Back Bay, the South End, South Boston, and elsewhere.
Compare and contrast these newer listings in East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, and elsewhere.
Other big development news this week includes a South Station tower, a Mattapan apartment building, and shrinkage in Southie and Dot.
The developer behind the plan off Northern Avenue has now scaled it back to a much more modest size, which could mean construction starts in 2020.
This week’s Critical Mass. also includes a Quincy development off the Red Line, an Orange Line connection for Encore Boston Harbor, and downtown Boston’s first automated parking garage.
These options include condos in City Point, the Andrew Square area, and along the D Street corridor.
These newer listings include a house in West Roxbury as well as condos in JP, Back Bay, and Southie. Which one would you buy?
The 159-room Cambria Boston Downtown—the latest of several new hotels in Boston—bills itself as both homage to Southie and convenient to downtown.
These spooky spots include the Cutler Majestic, Park Street Station, and Boston Common.
Coworking, transit-oriented projects, life sciences hubs, and more—the new year will be a busy one.
This Critical Mass. includes Boston’s biggest carbon-neutral residential development and a potential second act for the Hynes Convention Center.