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Five Three-Bedroom Apartments for Less Than $2,700 Per Month
Featuring a JP unit with a front-deck view of Arnold Arboretum.
On the Market: A Renovated Factory Loft in Fort Point
Industrial meets contemporary in this swanky Seaport condo.
Five Four-Bedroom Apartments for $3,200 or Less Per Month
From Eastie to Rozzi, for as little as $700 per roomie.
Spaces: Making a Splash
A flashy pool house gets a maritime-chic makeover.
On the Market: An Enchanting Penthouse in the North End
Vaulted ceilings, a private deck, and a wood-burning fireplace grace three levels of living space.
Five Open Houses in the South End to See This Weekend
All of them have a private outdoor patio or deck, just in time for the warmer weather.
Behold the city’s architectural treasures—according to us.
An Early Look into Winthrop Center’s Eco-Friendly and Tech-Savvy Interior
Downtown Crossing’s newest skyscraper will feature more fresh air, a proprietary app, and an electromagnetic-free zen room.
On the Market: A Massive Manor in Jamaica Plain
This nearly five-acre estate gives new meaning to the phrase "city living."
On the Market: A Concrete and Chic Condo in the Leather District
A spa-like bathroom and original industrial touches grace this massive one-bed.
Five Two-Bed Apartments for Less Than $1,950 Per Month
Featuring a Brighton abode with a stained glass window and double mantel fireplace.
Bungalow Wants to Remove the Stress of Finding a Sublet in Boston
It’s like your college dorm, if it was in a nice house with adults.
On the Market: A River-Facing Brownstone in Back Bay
We love a roof deck.
Spaces: Second Nature
An earthy retro home gets revamped for modern-day living.
Either-Or: An Airy Cambridge Condo vs. a Sunny South Shore Abode
It’s amazing what a few miles will do to the market.
Five Studio Apartments for Less Than $1,600 Per Month
Featuring a top-floor unit with views of all of Brookline—for just $1,300.