These selections in South Boston, the Seaport District, Back Bay, and elsewhere all have great views and lots of natural light in common.
But the coronavirus pandemic has upended just about everything housing market-wise, so these figures likely represent a peak for some time to come.
The style enjoyed its heyday in the city around the turn of the 18th century, with two figures in particular pioneering it locally: Charles Bulfinch and Asher Benjamin.
Discover what the hefty sum commands in Dorchester, Hyde Park, Back Bay, and elsewhere.
Once a home of Prince Pasta, the Atlantic Avenue building now houses some 40 units in the historic neighborhood.
Discover what the monthly sum commands in Dorchester, the South End, the North End, and elsewhere.
Discover what the sum commands in the North End, Charlestown, the Seaport District, and elsewhere.
These accounts are for prospective homebuyers in the Boston region to check for trends, analysis, and data.
Discover what the sum commands in neighborhoods such as Jamaica Plain, the North End, and South Boston.
Many of these selections are retailing for well under $1 million—and all are modern updates in older buildings.
These stops include obvious pilgrimages such as the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and the Irish Famine Memorial, but also lesser-known ones.
Discover what the sum commands in West Roxbury, South Boston, the North End, and other neighborhoods.
The two-bedroom spread asking $959,000 includes a run of Palladian windows that were part of the original 1850s facade.
The bilevel in the super-historic enclave also has a roof deck and a washer-dryer.
These eight Boston-Cambridge inns highlight the biggest jump in hotel-room construction in the cities this century.
It’s not quite a starter home in one of Boston’s most historic neighborhoods, but it’s close.
Check out how far the sum stretches per month in South Boston, Dorchester, Beacon Hill, and elsewhere.
Two of the city’s oldest neighborhoods offer a few deals for first-time buyers.
Discover what the sum commands in neighborhoods such as Dorchester, South Boston, and Fort Point.
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.
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.
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.
The end of 2019 was apparently quite a swell time to be a seller in neighborhoods such as Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway, and South Boston.
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.
This weekend’s open house tour is a reminder that for all of the uncertainty in the overall Boston housing market, the city’s luxury end continues to barrel forward.
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The three-room spread is located in one of Boston’s more historic enclaves. Have a look and take your best guess.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston Common, the Public Garden, Seaport Common, and elsewhere—holiday cheer by the bulbful.
The city’s first Canopy by Hilton is now under construction at 111 North Street just off the Greenway.
These enclaves include the North End, the South End, and Beacon Hill as well as bits of Cambridge and Somerville.
These listings in the North End, Dorchester, the South End, and elsewhere include one- and two-bedrooms.
Geography, infills, independence movements—all played roles in shaping the city’s positional vocabulary.
These include famed locations such as Boston Common and the Rose Kennedy Greenway as well as lesser-known vantages.
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Paul Revere Mall views included—take a look around and then take your best guess re: the monthly asking.
These newer listings include a single-family in South Boston and condos in Allston and Back Bay.
These sites include two major parks—Christopher Columbus and Langone—and the Paul Revere House as well as the Old North Church.
The average sales price for the market was up nearly 23 percent year over year in the spring, while the median jumped 21 percent.
These newer listings include houses in Eastie and Rozzie as well as condos in Back Bay and Fort Point.