The same developer behind the glassy redevelopment of the former Holy Trinity German Catholic Church and rectory in the South End into luxury condos has purchased a former Isabella Street house of worship and its rectory.
The city green-lighted two new projects late last week: One a 19-story project in Bay Village with 133 units; and a 21-story project in Chinatown with 130 units. Interesting as they might be on their own, what really sets them apart is a lack of onsite parking at each.
This newly listed spread in Boston's tiniest official neighborhood had been asking more than $5,500 a month in rent. It includes 11.5-foot ceilings and a bonus room. There is also a chef's kitchen and a private deck. What say you?
At barely six blocks, Bay Village is Boston's smallest official neighborhood by area. Within that sliver-y slice of the municipal pie, however, there is plenty of architecture and history to take in. Shall we?
It's another installment of Curbed Comparisons, wherein we take a certain price point and discover what it commands around the city. This go-round it's $6K in monthly rent, and the results are not necessarily as gobsmacking as one would expect.
The eight-unit development was built partially on the site of the infamous Cocoanut Grove nightclub fire that killed 492 people in 1942. This luxury rental listing provides the deepest dive yet into the project.