These selections in South Boston, the Seaport District, Back Bay, and elsewhere all have great views and lots of natural light in common.
Yes, there were records galore for condo and townhouse trades during the three months ended March 30—but the signs of change are there due to coronavirus.
Find out what the sum commands in South Boston, East Boston, the South End, downtown, and elsewhere.
Brattle Book Shop is pitching its decorative services at the newly minted legion of homebound workers.
The pandemic has led to some restrictions on park activities as the weather warms heading into the first full month of spring—and it’s now pushed back the timeline of a master plan for Boston Common.
The loft in a former Boston Edison plant asking just under $1.5 million includes 16-foot windows and a loft within the loft.
Coronavirus-related construction slowdown or not, these towers—including newcomers One Dalton and Winthrop Center—will dominate the city’s skyline come mid-decade.
Discover what the sum commands in the North End, Charlestown, the Seaport District, and elsewhere.
Other big development news this week surrounds the novel coronavirus’ effects on Boston-area real estate.
The 691-foot Winthrop Center—the tallest U.S. building under construction north of New York City, in fact—is still on pace to open in 2022, its developer says.
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.
The 12-story, 29-unit project at 55 India Street, which would replace a lot off the Rose Kennedy Greenway, has won a key approval.
Exchange South End, Winthrop Center, Allston Yards, Suffolk Downs—these and so many others are worth keeping tabs on during the year.
Median home prices jumped across Boston from 2014 to 2019, according to new figures, with particularly pronounced increases in Mission Hill, East Boston, and upper Dorchester.
Discover what the sum commands in West Roxbury, South Boston, the North End, and other neighborhoods.
Unsheathe your creativity with visits to the Public Garden, Franklin Park, the Rose Kennedy Greenway, and elsewhere.
So many decisions have gone into the physical makeup of the city and its neighborhoods that it’s hard to pick the most consequential. Here are five candidates.
Discover how far the sum goes in South Boston, Dorchester, Fenway, and elsewhere.
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.
The expansion of downtown’s Onyx Hotel will add 77 rooms off Portland Street—and no new parking.
Discover what the sum commands in neighborhoods such as Allston, Jamaica Plain, Beacon Hill, and West Roxbury.
These spreads from the northern reaches of Revere to the edge of downtown Boston range in price from well under $500,000 to well over $2 million.
The Financial District building’s German owner wants to encase the first three floors in glass and move the main entrance.
What else is new? The sector continues to easily outpace the rest of a market that appears to be cooling. Here are the latest stats and a glimpse of what’s to come.
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.
The sum can command modern appliances and stylish finishes in neighborhoods such as Back Bay, Mission Hill, East Boston, and Bay Village.
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 recent sales drop mirrors a trend in the wider Boston housing market. Meanwhile, downtown condos are doing just fine.
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.
The sum can buy everything from a snug one-bedroom condo in Back Bay to a sprawling house with a yard in Roxbury.
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.
The facility is unlikely to follow the path of the former Winthrop Square Garage, however, which is now the future site of one of New England’s tallest buildings.
Other big development news of the week includes Boston construction figures from 2019 and the projects to watch region-wide throughout 2020.
A handful of neighborhoods dominate the list, including Back Bay, Beacon Hill, and Downtown Crossing.
Other big development news of the week includes a milestone for The Hub On Causeway and a potential milestone for that big South Station project.
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.
Acorn Street, TD Garden, Fenway Park, the Commonwealth Avenue Mall, Butterfly Hollow at the Franklin Park Zoo—these and more are the perfect spots for popping the big question.
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!
Room rates will inch up on average and hoteliers will make more money in the early years of the next decade, a new report says. It all helps explain the boom in luxury rooms.