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The Price of Walkable Real Estate
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A new study confirms the benefits of having real estate in pedestrian and transit-friendly areas, according to Banker & Tradesman. Boston is in the top three cities where rent is significantly higher for walkable commercial and multi-family properties compared to suburban developments. A study released by LOCUS, looked at 30 metro areas and compared walkable urban […]

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Haymarket Hotel Plans
Haymarket Hotel Proposal Shrinks
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Over two years after the initial proposal, a hotel may finally be coming to the Haymarket area. The project has recently shrunk down to 6-floors, but will still hold a 225-room hotel as well as retail and dining space, according to Curbed. Normandy Real Estate Partners and Harbinger Development are behind the design process for the […]

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Reggie Wong Park
Chinatown Park Part of Big Redevelopment Plans
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Reggie Wong Park and the surrounding Chinatown block are being sold to developers with hopes of reinventing the space, according to the Boston Globe. Massachusetts Department of Transportation is behind the sale to clear the area, currently occupied by the popular court, Department of Transportation office building, parking lot and Veolia steam plant, in order […]

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