The Simple Economics of Boston’s Condo Market

Boston condo living is more popular than ever. Buyers are giving up backyards and privacy for less maintenance, more amenities, convenience and access to all the city has to offer. Along with this tre... more »

First Closings Completed at Sepia Condos at Ink Block: Limited Re-Sale Offerings Now On Market

During the past couple of weeks, the brand new Sepia condos at the highly anticipated Ink Block complex in the South End welcomed its first residents. Seventy-one units in the contemporary, 79-unit lu... more »

Millennium Tower 90% Sold, But There’s Still Time to Choose Upper-Floor Condos

The super luxury Millennium Tower condos in Boston’s rejuvenated Downtown Crossing neighborhood are selling fast! In fact, more than 90% of the building’s 445 residences are pre-sold well in advan... more »

Boston’s New Public Market Is Open!

You’ve probably heard about the Boston Public Market, which opened its doors on July 30.  It’s the first year-round, indoor, all local market in the country and it brings local farmers and produc... more »

Hot French Bistro in Hot ‘Hood

Recently I had dinner at Bastille Kitchen, the Parisian bistro with a modern twist, in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood. This spot has been on my must-try list since its opening almost a year ago an... more »

Residential Condo Options on the Rise in Downtown Boston

Boston is continuously undergoing transformation and the residential development boom here is big news. It is much needed, too, with businesses and the population here on the rise. Neighborhoods throu... more »

More Condos Joining South End’s Ink Block Mega-Project

On the heels of a pre-opening near sell-out of Sepia at Ink Block, developers have announced plans for a second condo building in the highly touted complex in Boston’s South End. All but one of Sepi... more »

Roche Bros. Opens Flagship Store in Downtown Crossing’s Burnham Building

Today brings great news for Downtown Crossing residents and those moving to this burgeoning Boston neighborhood. A 25,000-square-foot Roche Bros., the first-ever full-service market in the vicinity, o... more »