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Here’s regularly updated news and information for tenants as the pandemic upends an already infamously difficult rental market.
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 West Cambridge house went for well over $7 million—just ahead of another house in the same neighborhood.
Stones commemorating three victims of the 2013 terrorist attack will mark the end of a months-long process.
Three murals now cover the oft-vandalized structures, thanks to state and private funding.
The islands’ welcome center and the greenway’s Parcel 12 could use some sprucing up, say the nonprofits behind them.
Employees staged the June 26 gesture to protest the company servicing a contractor that manages migrant camps along the Southern border.
The deal for 2,300-plus desks comes as the coworking giant pivots to hosting larger companies in bigger footprints.
For the first time, the coworking giant has leased all of the office space in a single Boston building. The move comes as WeWork pivots to providing offices for larger companies.
The women-focused co-working space at 699 Boylston Street includes a seasonal terrace, a lending library, and a cafe.
Celebrity Series of Boston is organizing 5,000 brief shows on the Rose Kennedy Greenway and in front of Harvard’s Science Center.
An entrance to the Boston Bruins’ home rink hosts special markers reveling in the arena’s pedigree.
The plaza project—which included new paving and a restoration of the fountain there—was meant to make it more accessible and to better connect it with the area.
And the fountain will come with a "continuous" evening light show to help mark the Greenway’s 10th anniversary.
South Boston beaches score particularly well in Save the Harbor/Save the Bay’s annual water-quality rankings. It’s not all sunshine, though.
The Trust for Public Land scores the city highly on total acreage and accessibility, but low on per-resident funding and median park size.
Nancy Schön, the sculptor behind the Public Garden’s "Make Way for Ducklings," crafted this 4-foot-long bronze too.
The city is the third-best nationally, and scores particularly well in terms of brainpower.
Tenants also want in-building or in-unit laundry, and they’d love a parking spot.
The honey produced therein will be used in Row Hotel menu items, and the hives will also help with research into honeybees.
Business adviser Out Leadership says the commonwealth is positioned to better draw and retain talent compared with rest of the United States.
Several works will explore "ideas of transportation" on a ribbon of parkland born of the sinking of a major highway.
New Census Bureau estimates show a sharp increase in residents this decade, making the area one of the nation’s 10 most populous metros.
The city has received 150 applications since new rules for the likes of Airbnb took effect January 1.