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Ugly? Hardly. The concrete buildings every Bostonian loves to hate are are once again in vogue.
Seven Amazing Kitchen Designers Who Will Transform Your Home
These pros know how to cook up a stunning space.
A sartorially inclined couple team up to create a showstopping master closet.
Five Two-Bedroom Apartments for $2,000 or Less per Month
From Day Square to Strawberry Hill.
Fixer-Upper Friday: A Cozy Cottage by the Bay
This little number in the village of Onset is listed for just under $150,000.
Five Open Houses Just Outside the City to See This Weekend
From a Tudor in Newton to a converted church in Revere.
On the Market: A Slopeside Ski Mansion in Vermont
This five-bedroom chalet at Okemo overlooks snowy peaks.
Behold the city’s architectural treasures—according to us.
All the prettiest, most glamorous homes hitting the market in the Boston area.
Five Massachusetts Homes for Sale with Saunas
Stay toasty this season in these wood-paneled palaces.
Five Studio Apartments for $1,500 per Month
Four of them are cat-friendly, folks.
On the Market: A Swanky Spot on Commonwealth Avenue
This elegantly appointed pad is a stone’s throw from Copley Square.
Five Places to See Purple Windows in Boston
Here’s where to find these violet-tinted architectural status symbols.
Brutal Is Beautiful
Ugly? Hardly. Why the concrete buildings every Bostonian loves to hate are back in a big, big way.
S+H Construction Owner Sarah Lawson talks about the business of building.
Presented by S+H Construction
On the Market: A Cheery Victorian in Newton
High ceilings and huge windows grace this two-family home.
On the Market: An Updated Antique in Jamaica Plain
This ultra-conveniently located condo is steps from Green Street station.
Five Really Pretty Open Houses to See This Weekend
From a spacious single-family in Cambridge to a stylish Beacon Street penthouse.
On the Market: A Huge and Historic Chestnut Hill Mansion
This 1875 manor is on the National Register of Historic Places.