If you’ve traveled in or around Boston recently, you probably noticed several construction sites and that’s because the real estate market there is booming. According to Dodge Data & Analytics, a construction research company, Boston ranks seventh in the country among major metro areas for new construction of multifamily housing and commercial building projects.
Despite its charming atmosphere, Boston is a big city, not a small town. It is known for bustling intersections, Victorian triple-deckers packed tightly along the sidewalk, and small apartments. If you are working with a smaller living space than you are used to, check out these space-saving tips from Boardwalk Properties that are perfect for […]
Mayor Walsh solidified his commitment last week to build 6,500 new units of affordable housing by 2030 by providing $14 million in funding available through two Request for Proposals, each for $7 million a piece.
Recent reports confirmed the sale of 311 Summer St., a beautiful brick and beam office building in Fort Point. The iconic building sold for $38.5 million, which breaks down to about $673 per sq. ft.
Whenever someone chooses to do a project by themselves there is always room for error. Not only is it probable that someone working by themselves will lead to it taking more time but there’s also chance of the amount of money possibly doubling or even tripling.
If you are lamenting the fact that you rent a home rather than owning one, one of your chief complaints may be the lack of flexibility when it comes to apartment décor. While it’s true that you are limited by the rules and regulations of your lease, there are some clever ways to really make […]