Introducing the “Hipstoric” Gatehouse 75 in Charlestown

Just as the condo market in Boston is hot, so is the rental market, with a number of new construction rental apartment buildings underway. Gatehouse 75 is Charlestown's new kid on the block, bringing ... more »

Boston’s Bike Share System – Integral to City Life

Are you aching to take a summer evening spin along the Charles, but simply don’t have room to store a bike in your Boston condo? Tired of the costly, congested commute across town in a cab? Bored b... more »

Where’s the Parking?

Parking is a precious commodity in downtown Boston – whether you’re in the city to try a hip new restaurant, attend the premiere of a show or check out a long-awaited exhibit at one of our many fi... more »

Looking for a One-Bedroom Condo in Boston? Here’s the Scoop.

I’m often asked, “So, what does it cost to get a one bedroom condo in Boston?” My response is, “That depends on the neighborhood.” Using Boston’s South End neighborhood as an example, at... more »

Downtown: Home is Where The Heart Is —Tour Boston’s Premier Residential Neighborhood This Sunday

If you’re interested in learning more about the rejuvenated downtown area of Boston as well as the residential options in this neighborhood that has taken a sharp turn for the better, consider takin... more »

The SoWa Open Market: The Hip and Happening Place to be on Sundays

The SoWa district in Boston, the area South of Washington Street named as homage to New York’s SoHo, is the hub of much of the amazing local art going on in the city. SoWa Sundays invite neighborhoo... more »

Boston Brownstone Living

Those of us who live in Boston know brownstones very well. But if you're thinking about relocating to this area, particularly from another region, it's quite possible that you have no idea what a brow... more »

Finding the Boston Neighborhood That’s Right for You

Are you thinking about purchasing a condo in Boston and not sure which neighborhood(s) would be the best fit? You’re not alone. Determining where you want to live is as important as the condo itself... more »

New Development will Reenergize Back Bay with Residences, Hotel, Retail and More

The development team of Samuels & Associates and Weiner Ventures won the rights from the state to build a $360 million residential and retail complex –complete with a high-rise hotel – over th... more »

Boston Common Becomes More Dog-Friendly

There’s great news for dog owners in the Back Bay, Beacon Hill and Midtown… and for those considering moving to these neighborhoods with their canine companions.  Last week the Boston Parks a... more »