Neighborhood Spotlight: North End

Che posto! Boston’s slice of Italy, aka the North End, is the city’s oldest residential neighborhood. It’s here almost 244 years ago to the date that Paul Revere signaled that the Br... more »

Interior Design Feature: Private Outdoor Space

The city offers many public outdoor spaces for all of us to enjoy… the Esplanade, Commonwealth Mall, The Public Garden, Boston Commons, The Greenway, The Harbor Walk, among the many other parks ... more »

Interior Design Feature: Beautiful Boston Bathrooms

Boston is a beautiful city, complete with stunning architecture and design around every corner. In addition, many Boston homes have unique standout features. This blog is the first of a design series ... more »

The West End: The Perfect Mix of Old and New Boston

The West End neighborhood was once the most densely populated area of the city. It was home to notable residents including architect Charles Bulfinch, media magnate Sumner Redstone, founder of Berklee... more »

Q1 2014 Condo Market Update: Boston Continues to Sizzle

Quick sales and rising prices continue to characterize the conditions of Boston’s condo market… along with a scarcity of inventory (with limited new construction in the pipeline). According to the... more »

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 »

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 back yard, 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 »