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So You Want to Live in Dorchester

To think of Dorchester as just one neighborhood is pretty laughable. With some 126,000 residents spread across six square miles, it rivals the size and population of […]

Davis Square
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So You Want to Live in Davis Square

Forget “Slummerville.” That old trope is tired, and as anyone who has taken a glance at real estate prices in Somerville these days knows, it’s […]

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These Are the Best Places to Raise a Family in Massachusetts

This may be an eye-rollingly obvious statement to any seasoned parent, but: Raising a family is not easy. From carpool logistics to family-sized grocery hauls to the […]

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The Ames Hotel Has Closed to Make Room for Suffolk Students

There are no reservations left at the Ames Hotel. The historic downtown Boston hotel closed its doors Sept. 23—and will reopen them to a slew […]

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4 One of a Kind Homes Available Now in the Suburbs

The endless searching through listings is over. Your dream home is here. Well, make that four dream homes. Good luck choosing from these suburban stunners […]

Presented by: Elena Price of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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So You Want to Live in West Roxbury

West Roxbury checks all the boxes of a Boston suburb: streets lined with post-war ranch houses, an upscale grocery store, and even an Italian steakhouse. But somehow, it’s […]

City Life

Planning on Going Outside During Move-In Weekend? Check This Heat Map First

We are officially at T-10 days until the dreaded citywide September 1 move, and by this point, anyone who is planning to move should have […]

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The Obamas Might Be Buying a Martha’s Vineyard Home from Wyc Grousbeck

Update: In the same way most of us might try on a pair of jeans before making the purchase, the Obamas decided to rent out […]

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Suffolk Undergrads Might Get to Live in the Ames Hotel Next Year

With its skyline views, modern furnishings, and spot on the National Register of Historic Places, the Financial District’s Ames Hotel is a far cry from a […]

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So You Want to Live in Quincy

Quincy can’t be put in a box. The city of nearly 95,000 residents has a fascinating backstory, showing how a town that thrived as a shopping […]

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So You Want to Live in Beacon Hill

One of Boston’s oldest neighborhoods also happens to be one of its most expensive. Welcome to Beacon Hill. As the home of plenty of past […]

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Either-Or: A Sprawling Scituate Chateau vs. a South End Triplex

Photos by Bill Good Sr., Bill Good Jr., and Lynn Murphy/Dean and Hamilton Realtors (Scituate); Boston Virtual Imaging (South End) 169 Border Street, Scituate Sale […]

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So You Want to Live in Allston

Allston is one of the most student-dominated zip codes in the city, and it shows. Scores of young folks can be seen (and heard) stumbling home […]

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Melrose Ranks as One of the Nation’s 10 Hottest Neighborhoods

Melrose is back at it. In the popularity contest that is the Realtor.com “America’s 10 Hottest Neighborhoods” list, the Boston suburb once again earned a […]

Chestnut Hill Reservoir
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So You Want to Live in Chestnut Hill

Rolling lawns, historic mansions, mommies in high-end SUVs zooming from Soul Cycle to Comella’s for take-out. It can only mean one thing: Welcome to Chestnut […]