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Four Boston-Area Neighborhoods to Watch in 2019

Four Boston-Area Neighborhoods to Watch in 2019

While Boston and the surrounding area consists of numerous neighborhoods that are worth watching closely, several of these neighborhoods are poised to make a particularly big… Read more ⇢
Lack of Housing Inventory Contributes to Homeless in Massachusetts

Lack of Housing Inventory Contributes to Homeless in Massachusetts

According to the latest data gathered by the Massachusetts Association of Realtors, home sales throughout the state fell dramatically when comparing November data to the same… Read more ⇢
Cambridge Redevelopment of Foundry Works Gets Back on Track

Cambridge Redevelopment of Foundry Works Gets Back on Track

Cambridge officials are slowly but surely moving forward with a redevelopment plan involving the 76,000-square-foot Foundry Works building. Once completed, the project is expected to… Read more ⇢
8 Great Venues for a Boston Wedding

8 Great Venues for a Boston Wedding

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, it is only natural to have your mind turn to thoughts of romance and love. While it may be… Read more ⇢
A Look Into the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts

A Look Into the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts

While most people know Cambridge for being home to Harvard and MIT, it is also home to a professional culinary arts school known as the Cambridge School of… Read more ⇢
A Look Into the History of Arlington, Massachusetts

A Look Into the History of Arlington, Massachusetts

Founded over 350 years ago, the Town of Arlington has a long and proud history that is largely preserved through historical buildings. The birthplace of Uncle Sam and… Read more ⇢
Despite High Prices, Boston Housing Market Showing Signs of Cooling

Despite High Prices, Boston Housing Market Showing Signs of Cooling

While the Greater Boston area is still one of the most expensive places to purchase a home in the country, recent data shows that home prices… Read more ⇢
Kendall Square: Cambridge’s Center of Innovation

Kendall Square: Cambridge’s Center of Innovation

Located at the intersection of Main Street and Broadway, the Cambridge neighborhood of Kendall Square was once a salt marsh on the Charles River. Serving as an… Read more ⇢
Cambridge Most Expensive Place to Rent in Boston Area

Cambridge Most Expensive Place to Rent in Boston Area

According to recent reports, one- and two-bedroom apartments in Boston remain among the most expensive rentals in the United States. In fact, the median rent on one-bedroom apartments… Read more ⇢
Top Ways to Spend New Years Eve in Boston

Top Ways to Spend New Years Eve in Boston

  Are you looking for a great way to bring in the New Year in and around Boston? If so, you won’t be disappointed by the many options that are… Read more ⇢
Save on Prescription Drugs as an Arlington Resident

Save on Prescription Drugs as an Arlington Resident

Living in the Town of Arlington provides its residents with a number of benefits. In addition to its convenient location just outside of Boston, the Town of Arlington also offers… Read more ⇢
Cambridge and Other Nearby Cities Look to Improve Transportation Options

Cambridge and Other Nearby Cities Look to Improve Transportation Options

When it comes to transportation in Cambridge and the surrounding area, a number of options are already in place. From buses to trains and ferries, the possibilities are… Read more ⇢
Four Tips for Moving During the Winter in Arlington, Massachusetts

Four Tips for Moving During the Winter in Arlington, Massachusetts

Moving during the wintertime can seem like an overwhelming and difficult task. While moving during this time of the year does present its own set of challenges, there… Read more ⇢
Leather District to Gain new 230-Room Hotel

Leather District to Gain new 230-Room Hotel

The Boston Planning & Development Agency recently approved the development of a 21-story, 230-room hotel in the Leather District. Located at the site of the former Splash Ultra… Read more ⇢
Boston University Unveils Plans for Unique Tower

Boston University Unveils Plans for Unique Tower

Boston University has announced that the new Boston University tower in Kenmore Square will be designed to look like a stack of books. The 19-story building located at 645-665 Commonwealth… Read more ⇢

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