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Charlestown Navy Yard triplex penthouse boasts expanded kitchen

Charlestown Navy Yard triplex penthouse boasts expanded kitchen

A contemporary penthouse triplex at Parris Landing in the Charlestown Navy Yard offers a unique mix of an historic site with modern luxury living. Sleek and serene yet warm and inviting in a 113-year-old setting, this condo, Unit 1504 at 42 Eighth St., has it all, including a one-of-a-kind common area. The interior, which includes sculptures by Philippe Starck, is a superb example of how to... Read Full Story

Updated Charlestown triplex enjoys harbor, city views

Updated Charlestown triplex enjoys harbor, city views

The New England brick townhouses of the Nautica that line Chelsea Street in Charlestown convey a classic single-family sense steps from City Square, the Navy Yard and the North End. At 61 Chelsea St., the three-story townhouse enjoys a host of top-of-the-line renovations that make this home stand out among the rest. Duncan Donahue of Keller Williams Realty listed this three-bedroom,... Read Full Story

Three Jamaica Plain duplex condos are new construction

Three Jamaica Plain duplex condos are new construction

Nestled on a gentle slope on an 8,000-square-foot lot on Wachusett Street in Jamaica Plain is a brand new three-story building comprising three sleek condominium duplexes. Thomas O’ Connor of Prudential United Realty has listed 73A and 73B Wachusett St. at $529,900 each and 75-1 Wachusett St., a larger duplex with three bedrooms, at $629,900. The soft gray clapboard exterior is HardiPlank,... Read Full Story

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Sepia at Ink Block to add 83 condos in Boston’s South End

Sepia at Ink Block to add 83 condos in Boston’s South End

A groundbreaking ceremony for Sepia at Ink Block, the newest residential project in the South End, was moved Wednesday into a huge tent next to the construction site of the 83-unit complex. It is slated for completion in late 2015. Despite the rain, spirits weren’t dampened among the 125 or so guests that included city leaders, the development team, neighbors and future residents. Mayor Martin... Read Full Story

Elegant South End townhouse is among spectacular June sales

Elegant South End townhouse is among spectacular June sales

A magnificent South End brick townhouse at 17 Union Park, overlooking a cast iron fountain, has been sold for $4,140,000. Tracy Campion of Campion and Company Real Estate listed the 5,800-square-foot residence that includes five-plus bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths; Craig Lake of the Luxury Residential Group LLC represented the buyer. This home, built circa 1860, is located on one of the... Read Full Story

Boston’s Heritage on the Garden duplex is a spectacular June sale

Boston’s Heritage on the Garden duplex is a spectacular June sale

A stunning duplex at the prestigious Heritage on the Garden, the mixed-use boutique complex at 300 Boylston St. in the Back Bay, was sold at $4,350,000, joining the 27 other condominiums of spectacular sales that exceeded $4,00,000  during the first half of 2014. During the same period 11 single-family townhouses were sold for more than $4,000,000. JeannemarieConley of Otis & Ahearn Real... Read Full Story

Fourth of July festivities

Fourth of July festivities

Scores of events to celebrate America’s independence have been organized for five days of festivities, now through July 6, but the push of Tropical Storm Arthur/Hurricane Arthur northward along the eastern seaboard could seriously hamper some of the scheduled events. Boston Harborfest, now in its 33rd year, has its own website to confirm scheduled programs at... 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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