Residential Real Estate
Boston-based developer Samuels & Assoc. is teaming up with Harvard University on a planned multifamily housing and retail project in Allston’s fast-changing Western Avenue corridor.
The asking price on one of the Boston area’s best-known luxury properties has dropped 14 percent.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recommended the replacement of both the Bourne and Sagamore bridges Thursday in a new report, opening up a public comment period on what could shape up as a pair of major construction projects.
The Massachusetts economy and population both continue to grow, but our underperforming transportation system is a major risk to our economic future. To fix this, we need a high-quality, appropriately priced, modern approach to commuter rail service.
With far fewer sellers distracting buyers from your listing and pretty holiday decorations providing excellent staging, the only challenge is keeping the walk shoveled and the piles of coats tucked away.
The city of Boston is nearly halfway to hitting Mayor Marty Walsh’s goal of creating 69,000 units of new housing by 2030, Walsh’s office announced earlier this week.
Sales at the brand-new Pier 4 luxury complex aren’t letting up but already Boston real estate brokerage Advisors Living has landed the contract to exclusively market and sell a new luxury development, this time in the South End.
The management company for condominiums at the Intercontinental Hotel and Fan Pier has been selected to provide resident services for the first two towers scheduled to open at the EchelonSeaport complex.
Five towns central Massachusetts towns hit hard by foreclosures after the 2008 recession stand to benefit from a multi-agency program that aims to rehab blighted properties, incorporating energy efficiency measures, and to sell the newly-efficient homes to low- and moderate-income families.
A Newburyport real estate broker plans to affiliate his office with Century 21.
The coalition of eastern states developing a program to drive down carbon emissions from transportation has decided to focus on motor gasoline and on-road diesel, two sources of pollution that account for over 80 percent of carbon emissions in the region.
A Canton woman was charged in federal court in Boston on Friday in connection with an ongoing investigation into a email scheme that sought to fool participants in real estate deals into transferring hundreds of thousands of dollars into bank accounts she controlled.
The last piece of financing – $23 million provided by Massachusetts Housing Investment Corp. – has been put in place for a new 38-unit affordable, multifamily rental housing complex in Holyoke.
Aspiring home buyers with medical debt are more likely than others to be denied a mortgage, while those with student loan debt more often put off buying.
Members of the real estate, banking, construction and legal industries were on the move in recent weeks. See who’s been promoted and hired in this week’s Personnel File!
While many MBTA riders will likely throw their phone, computer or newspaper across the room when they read this, may this publication suggest June’s Red Line derailment was just the lucky break the state needed?
People buy fixers for all sorts of reasons. Money, of course, is the main factor. But many simply like the house or the neighborhood, and a healthy minority figured they’d enjoy working on the place.
Increased tidal flooding washed away $273 million in real estate valuations along the Massachusetts coastline from 2005 to 2017, according to a study by Columbia University and the First Street Foundation. Yet the buyers keep coming.
A majority of residents want to see significant improvements to the commuter rail system, but they also believe the costs should not be passed along to riders in the form of higher fares or an increased gas tax, according to a new poll.
A Hingham man was sentenced in Boston federal court Tuesday in connection with an international money laundering and real estate scheme.