Monthly Archives: January 2012

Boutique Development in Kenmore Square

Since the auction at Audubon Park in 2010 we haven’t seen any new construction pop up in the Audubon Circle area. Which amazes me because the auction was one of the most successful we’ve witnessed in years!
For those of you that missed out on Audubon Park (and I know you are out there) another developer has just released 6 new construction units in a boutique brownstone in the heard of Audubon Circle.
All units have 2 beds and at least 2 baths. Prices range from $489,000 for 850 square feet to …

New Construction in the Seaport District

Greg Donovan, a local South Boston developer, has released his newest residential project in the area. Located on W Second Street between B and C Street the four story, nine unit condominium development is just a couple blocks from the Broadway T Station (the Red line). Each unit will have 10foot ceilings, beautiful Mediterranean inspired kitchen and a garage parking space!
Project Highlights:

Nine Units
Two bedroom, Two bathroom layouts
1300-1500 square feet
All units have decks off living area (PH’s have roof decks!)
Garage Parking
Low condo fees

Pre-construction pricing! Units are offered between $529,000 and $629,000.
Call …

Comm Ave Beauty!

This week a wonderful Back Bay home came onto the market well priced at $739,000. Located on the sunny side of Comm Ave between Hereford and Mass Ave, you couldn’t ask for a better location. This home is just steps from the T and the best shopping and dining on Newbury and Boylston, a quick jog to the River for all your outdoor needs, and a short walk to the Public Gardens. Although parking is available both for purchase or rent, this location is truly a walker’s …

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New Southern Gateway to Boston?

Boston may be nearly 400 years old but that doesn’t stop her from constantly reinventing herself. There has been talk recently about a NEW Boston neighborhood in the center of the city. The Big Dig opened up a large parcel of land between Chinatown and South Boston that could not have been developed on before. The open land presents an opportunity to improve the southern entrance to Boston. The Zakim bridge warmly welcomes visitors from the North of Boston but the Southern gateway remains desolate and uninviting, to …

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Spectacularly Spacious South End Home!

The tough thing about searching for homes online is that pictures don’t tell the whole story. Even when pictures are quite accurate (no tricky angle work) it’s often hard to get a sense of the layout and flow of the home. This is one of the many reasons why it’s so important to attend as many open houses and see as many homes as possible. 477 Mass Ave is a perfect example. On paper (or your screen), it looks great, good location, nice finishes, a generous …

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