Sofia Rivera is a staff writer at Boston, where she covers all things real estate. She has a degree in journalism from Simmons College, where she also studied communications and Spanish. Having lived in and around Boston for years, she is on a never-ending hunt for the city's best chai latte.
It’s amazing what a few miles will do to the market.
From lofts to mansions, the Berkshires to Brookline.
The Provincetown condo includes two separate home office spaces.
It’s chock-full of treasures, like an indoor rock climbing wall and a hidden walk-in pantry.
From grand mansion design to breathtaking mountain outlooks, this epic Berkshires address has it all.
Cool off without having to brave the too-crowded-for-comfort beaches.
The rare 1,500-square-foot co-op is going for $245,000.
Peep the restored crown molding in this South End rowhouse’s parlor level.
Built in 1720, this luminous single-family comes with three acres of lush land.
The Vilna Shul was about to open its doors—until COVID-19 stalled its grand re-opening.
Tend to its organic veggie garden and dine out on the shared deck.
Would you rather live in a luxury treehouse 20 feet above the ground, or a Swiss chalet-style single-family in the suburbs?
From a bookstore, to a dispensary, to a pop-up market, spend your dollars at these local businesses.