Monthly Archives: July 2011

45 PROVINCE Announces Lease Agreement with the Torit Language Center Montessori

School will occupy two floors and serve children from infants to kindergarten age
 

45 PROVINCE announced today a lease agreement with the Torit Language Center Montessori that will open a two floor 6,000 sf. school at the downtown Boston luxury condominium high rise building. The center will be open for the 2011-12 academic year and will serve children from 12 weeks through six years old.   The school at 45 PROVINCE will house six classrooms, a movement and visual art studio, an indoor gross motor room, and a parent lounge.
“I want …

45 Province Goes to School

The 45 Province luxury condominium tower in downtown Boston is getting some very young occupants.
The Torit Language Center Montessori school will occupy two floors — using the space for six classrooms and several related spaces. The operation will open to young charges aged six weeks through 12 years beginning this fall.“This facility will be a great asset for the residents who live in the area and encourage other families to live in our downtown,” Mayor Thomas M. Menino said in a prepared statement.
“By partnering with the Torit Language Center Montessori …

Why NOW is the perfect time to buy in Boston

Photo Credit: Boston Globe Staff Photo by John Tlumacki

According to a new report from The Warren Group, the publishers of Banker and Tradesman and The Commercial Record, the numbers for Massachusetts home sales are down more than 20% for the first half of 2011, and at the lowest level since 1991.
Although this may not necessarily be news to celebrate the economy’s comeback, the silver lining appears. Buyers in the Boston real estate market can rest assured knowing that it is a great time to purchase their first home, or buy a vacation home. Boston area condos, especially those …

Appleton-Parker: Live in the best home in the city AND make $30,000! Read on to find out how!

Being one of the oldest cities in the country, Boston is rich with a unique historical past.  We’re home to the nation’s first public school, well known Boston Latin, and the nation’s first subway system.  When it comes to famous historical figures, we can claim hundreds.  The Appleton-Parker House in Beacon Hill has an impressive history of its own.  This spot was once home to painter John Singleton Copley (think “Paul Revere” in the Art of America’s wing at the MFA).  Later the property was bought by Nathan Appleton and …

South End Value

With its amazing restaurants, fantastic shops, accessibility, diversity, and more, the South End is easily one of the Boston home buyer’s most desirable destinations. What’s not so easy is finding a great home in the South End for under $1 million. Well, Boston buyers, problem solved! Call me at 877-852-6636 for a showing of 14 Upton St. and your search will be over.
Located on one of the South End’s gorgeous brownstone-lined streets between Shawmut and Tremont Streets, this home has it all. A manageable five steps …

A Private Yard in Charlestown

In a two-unit row house located in quiet neighborhood in Charlestown you will find a hidden gem. The Penthouse unit not only has decks off both the 2nd and 3rd floors but the back yard is a private, urban oasis. The backyard offers a great space for relaxing, entertaining, and raising a family (a nursery school is right around the corner) and is not found in many city condos.
411 Bunker Hill Unit 2 is a 1263 square foot, three bedroom, two full bath condo that feels like a …

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