These newer listings fall in South Boston, the South End, Back Bay, and elsewhere.
A lot of Curbed Boston readers nailed this one—did you?
The colonial includes two decks too. Take a look around and then take your best guess re: the price.
These newer listings include apartments in East Boston, Kenmore, Fenway, and Dorchester.
Drive, bike, walk, or commute to Jamaica Plain over this long weekend to check out eight open houses, ranging from $339,000 to $1,799,000.
Critical Mass. this week includes new life sciences projects, a more affordable condo in Jamaica Plain, and a potential game-changer in Davis Square.
The Egleston Square project, dubbed TEMPO, is due to include 39 units, plus retail and parking. Studios start in the $400,000s.
The four-story project is due to include 44 units near the Forest Hills T stop.
Few readers guessed the correct asking price here—did you?
The five-room spread comes with one deeded parking space. Take a look around and then take your best guess re: the price.
The bones of the 15-room colonial at on Myrtle Street date from the 1850s, but the house has been thoroughly updated.
The 73-unit 3200 Washington Street in Jamaica Plain includes amenities such as parking and a fitness center. Many apartments, too, will have outdoor space.
These newer condo listings are located in Back Bay, Southie, Jamaica Plain, Brighton, and elsewhere around Boston.
A lot of Curbed Boston readers nailed the asking price for this 14th-floor spread—did you?
This 14th-floor corner unit near the Emerald Necklace also includes two full bathrooms. Take a look around and then take your best guess.
The nine-room Moss Hill house includes a heated garage and a finished third level.
A four-story condo building with work-live lofts for artists will replace a Brookside Avenue parking lot.
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The veritable micro-apartment stretches to just under 400 square feet and includes an eight-foot arched window.
These spots—including Fenway Park, Boston Common, and the New England Aquarium—also offer options for hosting receptions.
Most run to more than 1,000 square feet too. Besides, they’re all located within Boston’s greenest neighborhood. Yay, spring.
The upgrades to Boston Common, Franklin Park, and Moakley Park are intended in part to make the greenswards more resilient.
The city aims to spend $28 million improving and upgrading the expanse bordering Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, and Dorchester.
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The two-building complex near Jamaicaway incorporated the former Goddard House nursing home into its construction.
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Pine Street Inn and a developer want to replace a warehouse and an office building with 225 apartments, including 140 units for people who have been homeless.
The loft—on sale now for $469,000—includes oversized windows and exposed cement beams.
Curbed Comparisons is a regular column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount in the Boston area. Next up is $850,000 in Boston.
The 21-unit project at 50 Stedman Street will include 15 two-bedrooms.
Curbed Comparisons is a regular column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount in the Boston area. Next up is $2,500 a month in Boston proper.
Recent city approvals—a necessary step toward state licensing—mean the businesses could start selling before the end of 2019.
Boston’s JP is a great place for first-time homebuyers, especially.
Nearly 40 percent of readers nailed the correct asking for this 839-square-foot spread. More PriceSpotter results this way ...
It’s not every day that a 15,059-square-foot house on approximately five acres of land drops in Boston proper.
The price includes access to laundry and bike storage in the building. What is that price? Take your best guess.
Each enclave has an average rent below—sometimes well below—the Boston mean as of early January.
The sum is not all that astronomical an amount in the Boston housing market. The good news, though, is that it does buy quite a bit of the good real estate life around the city
This condo is in contract to be sold, but is up for lease as well. A 378-square-foot roof deck crowns the whole affair, which comes with two parking spaces. Take a look around and then try to guess the monthly rent.