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NEW LISTING – 102 River Street, Unit 3, Cambridge

Great open floor plan condo in a grand Victorian at the corner of Cottage and River Street. Property was renovated in 2002 and includes all the extras: 2 deeded parking spaces, storage in basement, in unit washer/dryer, private deck off kitchen and exclusive private garden. This condo also features beautiful hardwood floors on main level with high ceilings and large windows that provide ... Read More ›

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THE VIOLA

Since 2014, a massive development project has been in the works near the Hynes Convention Center in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. The mixed-use development is one of several projects around Boston to be constructed above a portion of the Massachusetts Turnpike that runs through the city. In recent years, developers have been purchasing the air rights over different portions of the turnpike ... Read More ›

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Washington Village

A massive development has been proposed in South Boston. Developers have been working on detailed plans to transform a 4.8-acre area into one of Boston’s largest residential development projects. Washington Village is set to be built on an area that is currently filled with crumbling and abandoned buildings. The site is located on the corner of Damrell Street, Old Colony Avenue and Dorchester ... Read More ›

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40 Trinity Place

For the last few years, developers have been working with the city to construct a midsized high-rise building in Back Bay near Copley Square. After several delays, construction is finally scheduled to start on 40 Trinity Place in 2017. 40 Trinity Place will be a 31-story building with a four-star hotel on the lower floors and luxury condo units on the upper floors.  The building will be ... Read More ›

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Commonwealth Avenue Redevelopment

A major redevelopment plan has been approved for one of Boston’s busiest streets, Commonwealth Avenue. The redevelopment is expected to have positive implications for the thousands of people who live near by and the many people who commute to work downtown. Starting at the Boston Public Garden, Commonwealth Ave. is a massive street that goes from the center of Boston all the way to Boston ... Read More ›

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COPLEY PLACE TOWER

Construction has started on a major development project in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston. Known as the Copley Place Tower, this 52-story high rise will alter Boston’s skyline. Development plans for this project have been in the works since before 2012. After years of community meetings and several changes, the Boston Redevelopment Authority finally granted approval. Located right near the ... Read More ›

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THE PIERCE BOSTON

The Boston Redevelopment Authority has approved a major development project near Fenway Park. Once known as “The Fenway Point”, the mixed-use project has now been rebranded as “The Pierce Boston”. The 30-story tower will be one of the tallest buildings in the Fenway neighborhood. The development will consist of over 20,000 square feet of street-level retail space, with luxury residential units ... Read More ›

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THE MERANO

Construction has started on a development project known as ‘the Merano’ located on the last open parcel of the Bulfinch Triangle. Of the three open parcels created by ‘The Big Dig’, the first parcel was developed into an apartment complex called ‘the Victor’ while the second was developed into a luxury apartment building called ‘One Canal’. When completed, the Merano will mark the full ... Read More ›

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ONE CANAL

When the ‘Big Dig’ was finished, most of the land covered by the massive raised highway was converted into a linear park winding through the city, now known as the Greenway. The few spots of freed up land not included in the new park was broken into parcels and sold to private developers. The largest chunk of these parcels make up an area known as the Bulfinch Triangle. Located between the West ... Read More ›

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Boston Garden Redevelopment Ground Breaking

Last week Delaware North and Boston Properties announced the groundbreaking of the much anticipated redevelopment of the old Boston Garden site. Known as “The Hub on Causeway,” the project, which is just beginning Phase I will bring a number of amenities to the West End including: 210,000* square feet of multi-level retail/restaurant space, including the city of Boston’s largest supermarket ... Read More ›

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