Leasing near M.I.T., Boston University, and Northeastern probably won’t save tenants much—not so near Harvard and Brandeis.
Cambridge, Boston, and Brookline lead the pack in costs, with Waltham and Somerville coming up kind of fast.
A new report shows dramatic increases in Waltham rents since 2017, while Cambridge, Brookline, and Boston proper remain the region’s priciest markets.
These houses come with a lot of space and perks such as finished basements and formal dining rooms.
California-based LimeBike has added the pedal-assist vehicles to its fleets in Medford, Melrose, Milton, Needham, Revere, and Waltham. They’re already in Bedford, Belmont, Chelsea, Everett, and Winthrop.
Selections in Chelsea, Revere, Waltham, and Quincy make an appearance. And not all of them are cramped condos. Check out the bungalows and take hope.
The sleek house includes sapele mahogany and leathered granite finishes. And the price might just be a steal for the Boston area. Right?
California startups LimeBike and Spin plan to deploy about 2,000 dockless bikes in 15 municipalities region-wide by this summer. Here’s how much they’ll cost and other details.
The nine-room Colonial at 90 Beal Road dates from 1940 and has been expanded in recent years. One of its two basements, for instance, is finished; and the garage "is now a usable oversized shed."
Rents at the three-building Merc @ Moody and Main started at $2,095 a month for studios; $2,495 for one-bedrooms; and $2,895 for two-bedrooms.