Luxury Seaport Rental Has “Killer Views”

David Bates / January 29, 2016-1:29 pm

  [caption id="attachment_6156" align="alignnone" width="640"] Max Vigliotti in 22 Liberty 6D, Boston.[/caption] Max Vigliotti, an agent who handles many high end rentals in Boston, showed me his listing at Boston’s newest luxury... Continue Reading

MIT Ph.D. Automates Hub Triple Decker

David Bates / January 28, 2016-1:57 pm

[caption id="attachment_6166" align="alignnone" width="512"] 72 Downer Ave, Dorchester.[/caption]   Shortly after closing on his first investment property located at 72 Downer Avenue, Dorchester,* MIT Ph.D. Michael Propp engaged an... Continue Reading

New Cambridge Apartment Building Stresses Fitting in to its Neighborhood

David Bates / January 14, 2016-1:49 pm

[caption id="attachment_6148" align="alignnone" width="657"] Chroma Cambridge has open shelves in the kitchen.[/caption]   National Development – the Boston area development company that brought you Ink Block and the same company that... Continue Reading

Company Secures Entire Boston Buildings for Short Term Furnished Rentals

David Bates / January 8, 2016-1:24 pm

[caption id="attachment_6136" align="alignnone" width="600"] Compass Furnished Apartments rented the entire building at 1085 Boylston, Boston.[/caption]   Compass Furnished Apartments, a company which offers short term furnished... Continue Reading

“2015” Was a Gift for Boston Real Estate

David Bates / December 23, 2015-1:05 pm

Are you looking for a last minute gift for the Boston real estate market? You might be hard pressed to find something it doesn’t have. It’s been a year in which almost every Hub apartment got a tenant, almost every condo found a buyer,... Continue Reading

Billowing Sails Could Lead to Boston Condo sales

David Bates / December 22, 2015-1:41 pm

In 2006, the Boston Globe used the word "Boring" to describe the design of The Intercontinental Boston Hotel and Residences, a design in which noted Boston architect Howard Elkus had been deeply involved. Then, last May, Boston Magazine... Continue Reading

Breaking Down the First 50 Sales at 22 Liberty

David Bates / December 9, 2015-12:48 pm

  Perhaps the most anticipated and most secretive Boston condo development in recent memory is 22 Liberty in the Seaport. The Fallon Company project is the first condominium development to come to market and close in the Seaport, Boston’s... Continue Reading

Slick New Cambridge Apartment Building Abuts Natural Preserve

David Bates / December 8, 2015-1:14 pm

[caption id="attachment_6058" align="alignnone" width="600"] Fuse Cambridge is a little bit country and a little bit rock and roll.[/caption]   There is living in the city and there is living in nature, and then there is living at Fuse... Continue Reading

This Prank Call Sounds Like Every Mortgage Discussion Ever

David Bates / December 7, 2015-1:52 pm

Richard and Sal, The Howard Stern prank callers that made radio life a living hell for hosts of Tradio, the buy-sell-swap program found on a number of religious radio formats, pranked a real estate talk show in 2011. The brief discussion that ensued... Continue Reading

The New Normal in the Hub Condo Market: $1000 a Square Foot

David Bates / November 24, 2015-2:51 pm

[caption id="attachment_6040" align="alignnone" width="557"] 171 Beacon #2, Back Bay - 565 square feet for $599,000. (Julie Harrison, Listing Agent).[/caption]   Today, more than 150 Boston condos are asking at least $1000 square... Continue Reading
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