John A. Keith

Contributing Writer

John A. Keith is a Boston-based writer and real estate broker. His writing has appeared in the South End News, Bay Windows, and the Boston Herald, and he has been quoted as a real estate and development expert in the Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and on ESPN radio. He is a graduate of Northeastern University, a Massachusetts native, and a current resident of the South End, having lived previously in Allston, Brighton, the North End, South Boston, East Cambridge, and Somerville. Visit his website at johnakeith.com.

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Home & Property

Opening Up the BRA

The authority is hoping a new level of transparency will appease its critics.

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Downtown Crossing Is Improving

According to business leaders who don’t see its problems.

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The Days Are Numbered for the Cornerstone Pub

In Southie.

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The Ground (Quietly) Breaks on the Nashua Street Residences

Behind North Station and the Garden.

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The Cost of FEMA’s New Flood Maps

Though necessary, the maps will surely result in additional costs to residents.

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Build Affordable, Middle Class Housing, and They Will Come?

Most of the time.

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Brighton May Get a Housing Project for Veterans

The new construction could house about 100 vets.

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Grampy’s Gas Is Gone

And so is the beloved Villa Mexico Café.

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City Council Is Not Pleased with Anwar Faisal

The notorious landlord is ordered to appear before the Council in August.

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Condo Prices Up 20 Percent

The median-priced condo in Boston Proper sold for $723,750 last month.

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Troy Boston Apartments Officially Topped Off

The project will add 378 units to a rapidly developing part of town.

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Bay Village Building Razed

In preparation for ... well, no one’s really sure.

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Tall Towers Proposed for Waterfront Next to Other Tall Towers

Some people aren’t pleased.

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The Evolution of 888 Boylston Street

A new building near the Pru is deviating from its initial design.

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Home Values Will Remain Depressed for Two More Years

According to Zillow.