Neighborhood Snapshot: Seaport District

The Seaport District: Boston’s fastest growing neighborhood. In the last decade, the area has transformed from a no-man’s land of parking lots and abandoned warehouses to a thriving reside... more »

Up and Coming Neighborhood: Jamaica Plain

Fun Fact: Jamaica Plain was originally a summer resort destination for Bostonians. It’s also one of America’s first streetcar suburbs in the early 19th century. In recent years, young fami... more »

Leather District

Neighborhood Snapshot: The Leather District

Boston’s Leather District is tucked between the Financial District and Chinatown. It’s name stems from tragedy. After Boston’s Great Fire of 1872 devastated the city’s business... more »

Up and Coming Neighborhood: Brighton

Known as a college neighborhood, Brighton has become so much more.        Businesses are following New Balance’s lead setting up shop in Brighton and mix-used developments ar... more »

Neighborhood Snapshot: Fenway

No longer just a place to catch a game and grab a burger, Fenway-Kenmore is now home to a number of new residential developments,  big retail names like Target and Sephora, the funky Verb hotel, and ... more »

Five Things to Consider When Moving to Boston

Moving to Boston? Here are five things you should consider when making your move – from where to live, home prices and transportation. 1. Neighborhood  With over 20 neighborhoods to choose from, yo... more »

Best Farmer’s Markets in Boston

Inspired by Compass’ recent guide to Boston’s Farmer’s Markets, I decided to share my favorite spots to pick up fresh produce, sweet treats, and help support the local economy. SoWa ... more »

Up and Coming Neighborhood: Dorchester

With prices skyrocketing in the Seaport District and South Boston, home buyers are turning to Dorchester as an affordable option as it allows easy access to downtown and public transportation via the ... more »

East Boston: An Up and Coming Neighborhood

In recent years, East Boston has caught the eyes of young professionals, investors, and developers thanks to affordable home prices, proximity to downtown, access to the Blue Line, and expansive water... more »

Al Fresco Restaurants in Boston: ‘Tis the Season to Dine and Drink Outdoors

If you live in Boston, you know all too well that having a backyard, patio, deck, or any private outdoor space whatsoever is typically a rarity. Though outdoor space may be hard to come by in Boston c... more »