Mar 30 2020

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Apartments in boston Apartments in boston Print this Article A two-year boom in residential real estate construction — focused almost exclusively on luxury homes for wealthy renters — is about to test the limits of Boston’s demand for ultra- high-priced apartment living. More than 8,000 units are expected to be built in the city during the next three years. The unprecedented burst of construction will double the supply of units built in large, luxury complexes since 1960, according to the real estate firm JLL. The new buildings feature everything from yoga lounges to swank roof decks, and their apartments come …

Mar 29 2020

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Apartments in boston Apartments in boston About a third of Bostonians are between the ages of 20 and 34. The city is home to the largest percentage of millennials in the country. “What we need to really do is have an effort to build housing for this particular population in the same way that we went ahead and built that housing for the new working families coming to Boston a century ago,” said Barry Bluestone, a housing economist at Northeastern University. His argument is that the city does not need new housing for families. It already exists in the form …

Mar 20 2020

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Apartments in boston Blogging Project Runway: Everyday is Dress-up Day Get a compelling long read and must-have lifestyle tips in your inbox every Sunday morning — great with coffee! SPOILER ALERT: If you haven’t seen episode 8 of Project Runway, Season 4, you might want to stop reading now. Bostonista attended a sneak peek of the teleportation movie Jumper last night at MIT, and in the rare moments we were neither drooling over Hayden Christensen (present, along with the director Josh Liman and two well-spoken MIT professors who explained the science of teleportation) nor laughing hard at the science jokes, …