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Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
NO CAR, NO PROBLEM. DEVELOPMENT IN GREATER BOSTONToday, Boston is undergoing something of a transformation. With a crane on every vista, it is safe to say that the Hub has rarely, if ever, seen a building… Read more
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Brian Grosch…, Real Estate Pro in Palm Beach Gardens, FL
December 2013               If you didn’t know………………………….         There’s a new proposal for an… Read more
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Patti Fine, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
Whether you love baseball or not, you can’t not be excited to see the Boston Red Sox in the World Series championship! Right now, the Red Sox have three wins over the St. Louis Cardinals,… Read more
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Sveta Vakhit…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
Zipcar has relocated its corporate headquarters to South Boston from Cambridge.The company now occupies 46,000 square feet at 35 Thomson Place. The new space is 11,000 square feet larger than its former… Read more
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Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
The Boston Business Journal’s Galen Moore is right again, he usually is. Even though we complain about it and even though fares will go up again (oh, yes they will), we will still ride the train.… Read more
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Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
Entering... Davis Square, Doors Open On The Right.Everybody knows that the T brings value to the neighborhoods it serves. We all point to Somerville's Davis Square. In the 1980's, the 'slummerville' square… Read more
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Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
This week, the head of the state's transportation department announced that the MBTA (T) will be considering removing routes and raising fares. In related news, US Congressman Mike Capuano (from Somerville)… Read more
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Rich Lee, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
There is a great website for all the T riders in the Boston Metro region called How's the T?  It updates every 15 seconds and tells you exactly where each train, except the Green Line, on the line… Read more
Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
Walkscore.com has just updated their scoring for cities across the US on how "walkable" they are. Boston, "America's Walking City", scored quite well as did its surrounding cities of Cambridge, Brookline,… Read more
Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
There has been a plan in the works for a very long time to extend the Lechmere Green Line through Somerville. There will be a spur that runs to Union Square and the Line will run through Magoun, Ball,… Read more
Jessica Quirk, Real Estate Pro in South Boston, Boston,...
Many professionals working in the city are forced to look towards the suburbs in order to find affordable housing or to get more house for their dollar. This trend, however, comes at a price: the price… Read more
Blogged Mon Apr 12, 2010 by Jessica Quirk Traffic & Public Transportation
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