The air-conditioned condo is part of a four-unit project that wrapped this year.
The especially energy-efficient condo is the last of five fresh units in the neighborhood’s Fort Hill area.
Discover what the sum commands in Roxbury, Charlestown, Roslindale, and elsewhere.
Find out what the sum commands in Dorchester, East Boston, Roxbury, and elsewhere.
The city has plenty of incredible buildings with beautiful interiors and done in celebrated styles. Then there are those buildings that don’t quite get their proper due.
Exchange South End, Winthrop Center, Allston Yards, Suffolk Downs—these and so many others are worth keeping tabs on during the year.
The monthly sum commands quite a bit in neighborhoods such as South Boston, Dorchester, and Mission Hill.
Other big development news this week includes hotels in downtown Boston, Back Bay, and the Seaport as well as the resurrection of a proposal for over the Mass. Pike.
Discover how far the sum goes in Roxbury, Back Bay, Jamaica Plain, and elsewhere.
The renovated Victorian comes with a fenced-in garden and other outdoor space—and check out the wood.
The spread in the Roxbury-Jamaica Plain borderlands also has a garage and a finished basement.
The sum can nab sizable spreads in neighborhoods such as Dorchester, Allston, and Roxbury—but in other places it’s a tight fit.
The week’s other big development news includes a fresh plan for redeveloping the Boston Harbor Garage and another big proposal along Morrissey Boulevard.
The bones of the three-story, five-bedroom house date from 1910, and the renovations have left it with new finishes and appliances.
The sum can command quite a bit of space, depending on where you look in the city. Here are options in Dorchester, Mission Hill, the North End, and elsewhere.
Other big development news of the week includes disruption at South Station, a tentative opening date for the Globe’s old HQ, and a big listing from UMass-Boston.
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.
The sum can buy everything from a snug one-bedroom condo in Back Bay to a sprawling house with a yard in Roxbury.
Allston, Roxbury, Fort Point, and a handful of other enclaves are especially set to change—and to continue to change—in 2020.
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.
Encore Boston Harbor, the Sudbury, and One Dalton are among the nominees. Which was your favorite? Polls open through December 12.
Other big development news of the week includes Northeastern proposing another private dorm and the umpteenth try at redeveloping the Boston Harbor Garage.
The Roxbury tower would replace yet another surface parking lot in the city and would likely free up a lot of residential space for the general population.
The selection includes soaring spires such as One Dalton and Millennium Tower, but also humbler structures such as the Government Center T station and Eastie’s library branch.
East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, and elsewhere—these two-bedrooms can be found throughout the city.
Other big development news from the week includes a brouhaha over a failed Mass. Pike project and some milestones off Morrissey Boulevard.
The Fort Hill spread went up about six years ago, and was designed to use 90 percent less energy than a more conventional house.
The city plans to relaunch bidding for the 7.5-acre Parcel P-3, which was supposed to host the 1.2 million-square-foot Roxbury Crossing project. Financing challenges dogged that idea.
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.
The Boston school announced at the start of 2019 that it was exiting—and selling—its longtime South End campus.
A surface lot in the South End-Roxbury borderlands could host an affordable housing building, and a hotel in downtown Boston wants to use an adjoining lot for more rooms.
This Critical Mass. includes Boston’s biggest carbon-neutral residential development and a potential second act for the Hynes Convention Center.
Geography, infills, independence movements—all played roles in shaping the city’s positional vocabulary.
The project at 273 Highland Street aims to generate more energy than it uses annually—the city calls such projects "deep green."
The latest Critical Mass. includes the coming conversion of two Boston parking lots and the seven neighborhoods in the region to watch now.
The developers have all the approvals they need to convert the blighted property in the South End-Roxbury borderlands into a 156-room boutique inn.
Roxbury’s diverse housing stock includes historically significant sites and major new developments.
Boston wants residents to sound off about the first phase of the redesign from Mattapan Square to Grove Hall.
The latest Critical Mass. roundup includes a new theater next to Fenway Park and big plans for the old Alexandra Hotel.