The week’s other big development news includes a proposed apartment building between Hyde Park and Roslindale and a possible Superfund designation for the Neponset.
Check out how far the sum stretches per month in South Boston, Dorchester, Beacon Hill, and elsewhere.
Discover how far the sum goes in South Boston, Dorchester, Fenway, and elsewhere.
Not too many Curbed Boston readers got this one—did you?
These condos in Boston’s largest neighborhood run from $445,000 to $699,000.
Discover how far the sum goes in Roxbury, Back Bay, Jamaica Plain, and elsewhere.
The spread includes one bathroom and two parking spots. Take a look around and then take your best guess.
Not too many Curbed Boston readers guessed the correct asking price here—did you?
Discover what the sum commands in neighborhoods such as Dorchester, South Boston, and Fort Point.
The Queen Anne Vic in Ashmont has been in the same family for six decades and it shows—in a good way.
Boston’s largest neighborhood is full of opportunity for first-time buyers, including actual houses. Check out the potential in enclaves such as Ashmont, Upham’s Corner, Adams Village, and Lower Mills.
The spread near the Neponset River comes with a garage parking spot. Take a look and then take your best guess.
The second-floor condo in a three-unit building showcases the deals that can be had beyond downtown Boston.
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.
A three-building, 239-unit project behind the South Bay mall would include "compact-sized living" as well as new open space and offices.
The sum can command a house in neighborhoods such as Roslindale and Dorchester and sleeker condos in South Boston and East Boston.
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 complex near Andrew Square would also now have seven buildings total.
The sum definitely gets you on the property ladder in the city, with nice spreads readily available in neighborhoods such as Hyde Park, Dorchester, and East Boston.
A proposal would have the old Channel 56 site at 75 Morrissey Boulevard host two towers of up to 17 stories.
Just what the city needs! It’s one of three units in the property between Codman Square and Lower Mills.
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.
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.
Compare and contrast the two-bedroom offerings in Boston’s largest neighborhood, some asking below $500,000.
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.
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.
It’s rare to find a decent single-family within the city limits for around that amount. This Dorchester spread checks the box.
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.
The 16.5-acre Dorchester site wants tenants for what its developer hopes becomes a tech-biotech hub.
The project could create a new "front door" for UMass-Boston via a fresh avenue from the Red Line.
The sum can command quite a bit of square footage in Dot enclaves such as Lower Mills, Ashmont, and Savin Hill.
These selections range from discount spots for the more budget-conscious to higher-end boutiques that put the "hand" in "handmade."
With the new year upon us, we’re perusing what the evolving Boston market has to offer. What better place to start than in the city’s largest neighborhood?
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.
Other big development news of the week includes a Kenmore Square hotel advancing, a pivot on Fenway Center, and an effort underway to stop the demolition of the Hurley Building. And sports!
The Victorian in Savin Hill dating from 1890 includes touches such as pocket doors and stained glass—but it needs some work.
Encore Boston Harbor, Assembly Row, Boston Landing, Seaport Square, the Ink Block, and more—these projects left indelible marks on the Boston region in the 2010s.