September in Boston marks a deluge of college students and (inevitably) a few massive piles of bed bug-ridden furniture in the streets. But one thing it has not typically […]
It’s a phrase heard over and over in real estate development: ”blending the old with the new.” In an effort to reconnect a modern building with […]
A few spacious condos remain at the Holy Trinity German Church.
The fenced-in green patch that is the State House lawn might be shrinking thanks to Charlie Baker. Baker is requesting to offer a permanent easement to […]
Whether you read it as micro-living, living small, simple living, or some other pint-sized variation of the trend, all of these nicknames mean the same thing—minimal space. […]
It’s not great to live in a city where you can’t avoid being reminded of how high the cost of living is. So when there’s a tiny sliver […]
In the middle of the empty, brick expanse that is City Hall Plaza, sits a small white house. The “house” has a white picket fence, a few […]