The capacious place highlights just the sorts of homes available in the slender Boston enclave—and it comes with a walk-in California closet and a Murphy bed.
These accounts are for prospective homebuyers in the Boston region to check for trends, analysis, and data.
Find out what the sum commands in neighborhoods such as South Boston, the South End, East Boston, and elsewhere.
The cavernous corner unit has one bedroom right now, but there’s potential for more—and lots of brick and beam.
Discover what the sum commands in West Roxbury, South Boston, the North End, and other neighborhoods.
The condo with 18-foot ceilings is an excellent example of the sort of housing found in the historic Boston enclave.
Certain neighborhoods in the city—including the Leather District and the southern slice of Dorchester—lend themselves to the cavernous housing type.
The unit is one of four dozen in a leather goods warehouse turned office building turned boutique condo.
A gut-renovation produced the spread with waterfront views. It’s on sale now for a relatively low $900,000.
Discover what the sum commands in neighborhoods such as Dorchester, South Boston, and Fort Point.
These listings in Fort Point, Mission Hill, South Boston, and elsewhere are all under 1,100 feet too.
Other big development news from the week includes a proposal to demolish and replace half of Quincy City Hall and the amenities arms race in Boston.
Allston, Roxbury, Fort Point, and a handful of other enclaves are especially set to change—and to continue to change—in 2020.
Other big development news of the week includes Northeastern proposing another private dorm and the umpteenth try at redeveloping the Boston Harbor Garage.
The tentative proposal for 244-284 A Street includes three buildings. One would be residential.
These enclaves include the North End, the South End, and Beacon Hill as well as bits of Cambridge and Somerville.
Other big development news of the week includes major tweaks to projects in Mattapan, the Financial District, Fort Point, and Newton.
Compare and contrast these listings in Fort Point, the South End, East Boston, and elsewhere. Which one would you buy?
Developer Related Beal acquired the site from Gillette parent Procter & Gamble in May.
Said deck includes an eight-person hot tub and an outdoor shower as well as plenty of room for grilling.
Critical Mass. is a weekly roundup of the most notable development news in the Boston area. This busy go-round includes goings on in the South End, West Newton, and Alewife.
Lots in Back Bay, Bay Village, Dorchester, and Fort Point underscore a wider trend in changes in how Bostonians and out-of-towners get around.
These newer listings include a single-family in South Boston and condos in Allston and Back Bay.
Critical Mass. this week includes new life sciences projects, a more affordable condo in Jamaica Plain, and a potential game-changer in Davis Square.
Critical Mass. this week includes two big projects in South Boston and a windfall for workforce housing in the Boston region.
These newer listings include houses in Eastie and Rozzie as well as condos in Back Bay and Fort Point.
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Developer Related Beal wants "to create a diverse, mixed-use development ... and expand public waterfront access."
The company is selling its footprint to at least one developer known for life sciences projects and tenants.
These include options in the neighboring Fort Point enclave.
Or pedestrians. There are four ideas on the table now for the decrepit Seaport District-downtown Boston span.
Curbed Comparisons is a regular column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount in the Boston area.
Is the South Boston enclave finally becoming a real neighborhood? Ongoing arrivals suggest the answer is yes.
The recently retired New England Patriots tight end bought the spread nearly two years ago for $1.9 million.
The Sleeper Street spread touts its location next to the Seaport District.
The company will not build that dramatic 12-story building, and it’s going to instead help the state sell a pricey parcel on the Boston waterfront.
The unit comes with lots of storage, too, and a garaged parking space.
Tiny home includes an in-unit washer-dryer and access to 319 A’s shared spaces. What’d you think?
From its U.S. headquarters in Fort Point, Scape hopes to grow to 20,000 beds nationwide. Will such growth help dent housing costs for everyone else?