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South Boston multi-family has potential

South Boston multi-family has potential

A real estate boom is going on in South Boston. Investors and developers are competing with buyers eager to move into the neighborhood that is becoming the place to live in the city. Low inventory and high demand are driving prices for multi-families to record levels. So, the time certainly seems right to act quickly and make the move into this neighborhood rich in urban history, yet on the cusp... Read Full Story

Waterfront unit in Harbor Towers has been renovated

Waterfront unit in Harbor Towers has been renovated

A renaissance is under way at Harbor Towers on the Waterfront. While the two impressive towers designed by I.M. Pei at 65 and 85 East India Row have stood tall, they have been experiencing a transformation within the decades of growth of the Boston skyline. Today, Unit 10G at 85 East India Row continues the revival with its fully renovated interior designed to enhance the upscale lifestyle of... Read Full Story

South End lofty condo has new kitchen

South End lofty condo has new kitchen

Set within the SoWa district (south of Washington Street), East Brookline Street is within walking distance to the galleries, restaurants, artist studios and open markets that make up the vibrant culture of this part of the South End. Among the varied urban landscape, the contemporary red brick building with green awning and glass doors at 64 Brookline St. shares this locale with the Harrison... Read Full Story

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Classic Back Bay penthouse duplex is a spectacular sale

Classic Back Bay penthouse duplex is a spectacular sale

A distinctive penthouse duplex at 63 Commonwealth Ave. in the Back Bay counts among the spectacular sales of July. The 2,660-square-foot residence with three-plus bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths and two deeded parking spaces also has two terraces. Tracy Campion of Campion and Company Real Estate was the listing broker, and Bill Gehan of Campion and Company represented the buyer. Unit 4 was sold... Read Full Story

Two penthouses at 45 Province are spectacular sales

Two penthouses at 45 Province are spectacular sales

Two penthouses at 45 Province, the luxurious 137-unit Midtown complex at the foot of Beacon Hill at 45 Province St., are among July’s spectacular sales. In addition, the mixed-use development saw another million-dollar sale in July – a two-bedroom, two-bath home with 1,318 square feet of living space that sold for $1.675 million. Two additional two-bedroom residences, each with two baths,... Read Full Story

Median prices, volume see increases from a year ago

Median prices, volume see increases from a year ago

Median selling prices are rising in the 11 neighborhoods covered by Boston Homes, according to data from the Listing Information Network. A note of caution, however, is that LINK has reassigned some properties to the Midtown District that previously were designated in the Financial District. Boston Homes combines the Back Bay with Midtown and the Financial District with the Waterfront and North... Read Full Story

Troy Boston marks milestone with South End topping off

Troy Boston marks milestone with South End topping off

In fewer than five months, residents will begin occupying the latest residential development in the city, Troy Boston. A total of 378 apartments, including 38 affordable units, are under construction at 55 Traveler St. in the South End as part of a $185 million mixed-use complex designed by ADD Inc. that will have two buildings. An 11-story building between Albany Street and Harrison Avenue,... Read Full Story

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‘Transit’ wins city competition

Adam O’Day’s brilliantly hued creation, “Transit,” has won the city’s Portrait of a City competition, which celebrates the spirit of contemporary Boston. O’Day, who has a studio at the Distillery in South Boston, was among dozens of local artists who submitted two-dimensional pieces of art last spring. The Boston Art Commission and the mayor’s office chose five semi-finalists, and the public was invited to vote and select the winner. The purpose of the competition was to highlight and showcase the work of local artists, said Mayor Martin J. Walsh. “Arts and culture has always... Read Full Blog Post

South End garden tour is June 21

The 21st annual South End garden tour will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 21, rain or shine, featuring many beautiful private and public gardens, ranging from pocket-sized patio spaces to rooftop terraces to neighborhood parks and community gardens. The self-guided garden tour will begin at the South End Branch Library, 685 Tremont St., and library park where volunteers will be selling tickets. Tickets are $25 on tour day and include a tour booklet, which has a detailed map and a description of each garden. Each year the tour travels a different route to see various areas of... Read Full Blog Post


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