Blog :: 03-2016
The city of Boston is providing $28 million in federal and local money to fund the development and preservation of hundreds of affordable housing units across six city neighborhoods.
There's so much winning going on in Boston right now, what with fresh development adding?thousands?of?apartments,?condos,?hotel rooms, and?dorms city-wide; passionate debate about the future of neighborhoods; fabulous new architecture,?public art, and parkland; and just a general acknowledgment that all the change afoot seems as manageable as much as it seems inevitable. Some Boston neighborhoods are changing faster and more than others, with five in particular that may be?unrecognizable?a few years out.
Boston's South End: the 12 Projects Changing It Forever
Fewer areas of our fair region are changing faster than the South End,?particularly the northeastern corner of that Boston neighborhood. Major developments either recently opened, completed, underway, or planned are driving that change through more than 2,400 new apartments and condos?and the thousands of fresh residents these projects will surely bring. Here are the 12 most consequential.
Maintenance Checklist for New Homeowners
This simple project can save you heaps of money on your energy bill. If you've noticed chilly spots near windows in your home, you might have an air leak.
Porter Square's Rand to Feed Condo-Starved Cambridge 20 Units
A perennial for-sale crunch in the People's Republic fuels a climate of bidding wars and over-asks harsh even by Greater Boston standards.
Prices are expected to start at $600,000, and pre-sales should start soon.
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