This modern home features 11,001 square feet of living space and sits on a 0.69-acre lot next to the Charles River Country Club golf.
Are you looking for your dream home? This new construction will start in February of 2022. The modern property features 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 1 partial bath, and a 3-car heated garage. It occupies 7,633 sq. ft. of living space and 0.38 acres. You still have time to customize this beautiful space and make it your own for [...]
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A mix of classically upscale, up and coming and working class neighborhoods are demonstrating large price jumps heading into the fall season. Downtown Boston alone jumped nearly 33 percent to a median home price of $3.1 million. The following is a breakdown of the ten Boston neighborhoods exhibiting the strongest price growth.
Boston to Rebrand BRA to Overcome ‘Difficult Legacy’
Changes are again coming to the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the city’s powerful planning and development arm, in the wake of two scathing audits highlighting a lack of organizational health and financial controls as well as a coup at the head of its planning department.
Boston is full of booming industry and improvement, from the ever-present construction on almost every bridge crossing the Charles, to the Government Center renovation. Here are ten projects in various stages of planning in the metro-Boston area worth watching in 2014.
The Millennium Tower in Downtown
Newton's public school system is one of the best in the state. In Boston Magazine, Newton was ranked #20 in the 2013 "Massachusetts 50 best public school" article.
What's In Store for Copley?
Simon Property Group is moving forward with plans for a 47-story tower at Copley Place that would be the largest residential building in Boston.
They say in a new city filing today that the development would ensure the complex "maintains its status as the most attractive retail destination in Boston [...]
Financial District en Route to Becoming a Real Neighborhood
No longer do the sidewalks roll up after 6 p.m. in the Financial District.
The Hub will see twice the number of new housing units during this cycle than it did last cycle. And it is well-positioned to absorb the housing spurt, as there is a shift toward more urban[...]
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