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This week we continue our focus on Boston’s Back Bay with another ultra luxury development, The Clarendon.  This neighborhood has seen a recent surge in residential construction as discussed in other articles featuring the Residences at the Mardarin Oriental, the Arlington, and the proposed One D...
07/30/2014
The Mandarin Oriental transformed the Boylston Street landscape when it went up in late 2008 and brought with it a modernized sense of design and luxury to an area historically known for serving Boston’s most affluent residents.   This five-star, award-winning hotel opened to much fanfare and con...
07/24/2014
Construction in Downtown Crossing is progressing rapidly, especially at the site of the former Filene’s Department Store, the 1912 Beaux Arts masterpiece designed by the famed architect Daniel Burnham.   The Burnham Building is currently being renovated and redesigned for inclusion with the luxur...
07/16/2014
  There’s another luxury hotel and residence coming to Boston, as the Four Seasons is opening a second location on the steps of the Christian Science Plaza in the Back Bay.  This 60-story hotel and condominium tower is set to be the city’s third tallest building when completed and will make a nic...
07/06/2014
Fan Pier is a bustling and growing part of Boston where one of the city’s newest condominium developments is going up.  Twenty Two Liberty, a luxury residence overlooking Boston Harbor, is anticipated for completion and move-in for the fall of 2015.   Situated at the entrance to Fort Point Channe...
06/26/2014
A million dollars—what could you buy if you had it? With the rising trends in Boston properties, three different neighborhoods were evaluated to provide a comprehensive sampling of one’s buying power.   Starting in the North End, 234 Causeway Street, Unit 1203 is a spacious four-room condominium ...
06/13/2014
What are the metro Boston area college graduation dates? As colleges are approaching graduation, students, parents, and luggage crowd the streets. If you will soon find yourself in the vicinity of one of these following college campuses, I suggest you take an extra dose of patience and lower your...
05/13/2012
Boston Metro Real Estate 2011 vs. 2012 The first quarter real estate market saw another decrease in the number of units sold in Back Bay, Charlestown, and Fenway, with significant increase in South End. Inventory decreased in all places except Charlestown. Back Bay saw the biggest increase in num...
04/28/2012
  Is the Back Bay real estate market doing better than last year? From the previous blog, data from Charlestown indicated lower inventory and quicker sales. What about Back Bay? Here is a comparison of 1st quarter single-family home and condominium sales in 2011 vs. 2012, and highlights will foll...
04/24/2012
How is the Charlestown real estate market doing? With the interest rate at its lowest in 40 years, the Boston Charlestown real estate market has shown dramatic improvement since 2011. Here is a comparison of 1st quarter single-family home and condominium sales in 2011 v. 2012, and highlights will...
04/13/2012
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