Architecture

Boston's Favorite Christmas Homes

By now, as the holiday rush winds down and Christmas draws closer, you probably are in need of some de-stressing. What better way to get away from all of the season's stresses and still have some quality time with your family or friends than to take a look around the city for some wonderfully decorated holiday homes. Perhaps take some [...]

Where To Find Peace & Quiet In Boston

The first long weekend of the year is coming up, do you have any plans? Although MLK weekend is traditionally celebrated with people tuned into their television sets for the Presidential Inauguration, it might be a good idea to skip this one and pamper yourself while the weather is still warm-ish. There's also a good chance that you're still [...]

Boston's Unravelling in 2013

Twenty twelve has come and gone, and though it was a tough year, it was a good one for real estate, to say the least. With all the positive news in the property sector last year - ranging from news highlights about increases in property prices in Greater Boston neighborhoods as well as the record quick snap-up of condominium units emptying [...]

Downtown Crossing Reimagined

As we've written in our past articles, Downtown Boston is experiencing a resurgence in developments and improvements. As tall high-rise buildings and highbrow hotels are slowly but surely inching their way into the district, improvements on the streetscape are also on the way, with the rehabilitation of Downtown Crossing's commercial and [...]

A Tale of South End Transformation

Many people associate the South End with its beautiful brownstone buildings and picturesque streets. In fact, you could even say that the district is one of the most lively neighborhoods in America. To add a little mix to this distinction, upscale property developer Normandy Partners is teaming up with Gerding Edlen to jointly develop 275 [...]