On the Market: 9 Brimmer Street

An inside look at a townhouse for aspiring aristocrats.

Real Estate: Modern History

A rare opportunity awaits at Six Moon Hill.

Best Places to Live 2010: Buy, Sell, Hold, or Rent?

Should you join the ranks of the homeowning? Is now the time to sell that too-small condo? The completely unsatisfying answer to that question is…it […]

Best Places to Live 2010: How to Get a Mortgage (Now)

While the process is not quite as invasive as a Logan Airport body scan, the rules are pretty stringent. Here, some simple advice for navigating the new reality.

Best Places to Live 2010

The ultimate guide for every kind of house hunter.

Modern Influences

Two art-loving Bostonians draw on their world-class collection to transform a Back Bay condo into a masterpiece.

Exhibit B The City Illustrated

Landmark : 
The Berkeley Beacon

At this time of year—when New England weather is at its trickiest—none draw Bostonians’ eyes to the skies like the Berkeley Building and its famous storm beacon.

Home & Property

Best of Boston Home 2010

Let’s face it: Construction and renovation are not for the faint of heart. Unless, that is, you’ve got expert guidance on your side. That’s where the Best of Boston Home comes in.

Upward Bound

Renovations, like relationships, are a series of compromises—so it’s safe to say that Steve Naha and Vincenzo Scibelli are experts at meeting in the middle. […]

Paradigm Shift

It’s not every day that designers get to mix bales of hay and molten metal. But when a couple in the western suburbs needed a barn […]

Take Two

Fall Home Design: Take Two

While owners looking to expand their home—or even simply to modernize it—may be tempted to rebuild from the ground up, these local case studies show how you can create a dream house (and keep the local zoning board happy) by thinking inside the box.


ISO a Condo

Hi. Look, we need to talk. As per our agreement, I’m doing our shopping for us. I’m out there everyday looking at condos and spending […]

Home Design: The New Cozy

With “going out” and “getting away” feeling like relics of a more carefree era, today’s homeowners are creating all-inclusive retreats within their own four walls.


Design Salon Boston

This week we were invited to speak to an extraordinary group of women. Called the Design Salon Boston, this informal organization brings together interior designers, […]

Collected Wisdom: Lexington

Thirty-five years ago, Christina and George Gamota’s suburban New Jersey house was splashed across the pages of Glamour magazine. The 1970s abode was decked out […]