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Compare cost of living in Boston to other cities

Boston real estate cost of living Compare the cost of living in Boston to another U.S. city by using the CNNMoney cost of living calculator. One example: One a $100,000 salary in Boston you would need to make $159,999 to maintain your living standards in Manhattan… Continue reading



Sox owner Tom Werner’s ‘Blaze’ pizza coming to a storefront near you

It seems some current Panera Bread franchisees have also secured the rights to open up 15 new Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza outlets in the Boston area. Red Sox co-owner Tom Werner is an investor in the California-based Blaze. We can think of a number of decent locations in Beacon Hill, Back Bay and the… Continue reading



Signs of change in Boston: Skyscraper signs are back!

Under an old city rule (enforced pretty strictly by the Menino administration), putting corporate signs on top of Boston buildings and skyscrapers was strictly verbotten. But that’s changing, with both Converse and Vertex now having large corporate signs on their new headquarter buildings in, respectively, the North Station and Seaport areas. The catch: Only companies […]



Hey, maybe Bostonians aren’t as stressed out as we thought

Boston can be a stressful town: Masshole drivers, ornery residents, absurdly high real estate prices, densely populated neighborhoods and towns, etc. It seems you can’t escape it, even on vacations here. But it appears Boston doesn’t rank in the top ten cities for stress in the US. It’s not a list you’d want to be […]



The BRA approves new Boston Food Market

From the Globe: “Plans for the year-round market along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway were approved Thursday night by the Boston Redevelopment Authority. The project, expected to cost $14 million, will include up to 45 vendors as well as a bakery, seafood raw bar, and demonstration kitchen staffed by local chefs.” No mention, though, when […]



Breaking news: Pepe’s Pizza coming to Boston

OK, more non-housing news, but this one is big: Pepe’s Pizza of New Haven is reportedly planning to open a shop in Boston. Anyone who’s been to the original Pepe’s in New Haven knows it has first-class, old-school, delicious thin-crust pizza. And, yes, we’re talking Santarpio’s style and level of pies, arguably even… Continue reading



They’re serious about building a new ‘twin’ Sagamore Bridge

Granted, we were more than a little skeptical last month when it was first reported that state officials were mulling a new “twin” Sagamore Bridge to relieve traffic congestion to and from Cape Cod. But the BBJ has a story (sub. req.) and it seems state officials are quite serious about the idea: The state […]



Hey, let’s tear down most of downtown Boston for the Olympics

The Globe has a story (sub. req.) about a new commission study that says, yes, Boston, could theoretically handle the Summer Olympics in 2024 in terms of security and hotel rooms etc. But – well, er, cough, cough – it would take a “monumental task” to actually do it, the commission says. Monumental is… Continue reading […]



Report: Henry is selling Globe’s Morrissey Boulevard HQ

There’s a little room here for John Henry, the new owner of the Boston Globe, to still downplay, clarify or backtrack from his comments. But Boston magazine’s quote from Henry sure sounds like he’s made up his mind about moving the newspaper out of its current location on Morrissey Boulevard to somewhere else. The… Continue reading



February surprise: State may finally re-open Esplanade swimming pool

With a major snowstorm arriving today, maybe it’s not the most appropriate time to be thinking of summer and swimming. But: The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) has affirmed its willingness to reopen the Lee Memorial Wading Pool on the Charles River Esplanade, but more than 15 years after the facility’s closure, the timeline […]



Let's talk Boston real estate. The most recent real estate comments

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  • James, Boston condo owners: Risk of using Airbnb: Just to be clear you’re posting a fear mongering piece, but...
  • Julieta, Affordable housing opportunity in the Fenway: Really? then point out specifically where my cmnoemts are...
  • Rene, Is the housing recovery weaker than it appears?: Give it back to the bank. If your State is a non-recourse...
  • Reyna, Daisy Buchanan’s in Back Bay facing foreclosure: Benjamin: in defense of Vangel, I think the aruemgnt can be...
  • Talene, Which direction will Boston rents go?: I have witnessed that smart real etsate agents just about everywhere...
  • Anna, Well, at least Boston isn’t Los Angeles: Your credit will tank but not as bad as a frrlceosuoe. You need...
  • Tyler Mills, Lenders go into overdrive to clear out backlog of delinquent mortgages: Instead of forcing out the...
  • Tyler Mills, Lack of housing inventory is getting ridiculous in Boston: Though inventory being down is really...
  • warren currier, ‘Boston’s faux housing boom’: Scott, Do you own any units in Boston? Supply /...
  • Nishant, Major Developers: Affordable homes can only be built outside downtown Boston: Yes, this is correct that...
  • warren currier, Done deal: Dr. Dre buys Tom and Gisele’s mansion for $40M: The property is located in LosAngeles,...
  • JS, Despite predictions, inventory of homes for sale continues to fall in Mass.: One thing that could be holding...
  • dcmhomebuyers, For 74 Beacon Street, it was the kitchen, stupid: Nice house. I think front section to location of...
  • Johnd478, Five signs you’re a ‘renter for life’: I just couldnt depart your site prior to...
  • Dionis Padron, Downtown condo prices now averaging near $1 million each: great article but prices for standalone...
  • John Ford, Charles Ponzi’s old Lexington home for sale at $3.3M: That’s a great idea. Anyone have an idea how...
  • Rich, Charles Ponzi’s old Lexington home for sale at $3.3M: Speaking of Mr. Ponzi, he ran his Ponzi scheme out of an...
  • amparo bracero, Big changes in store for Tremont Street?: I will love to comunicated my self with aida I was one of...
  • warren currier, Low mortgage rates may partly explain low inventory: The banks are making it very hard to get a loan....

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