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Boston South End News: Landscape Getting a Massive Makeover

There is a great deal of dramatic renovations and new construction happening within the Boston area. From Cambridge, to the Wharf District, the Innovation District, other areas of the Boston Waterfront and more, there have been countless opportunities for us to blog about just how much the construction and real estate industries in Boston [...]

South End, Back Bay: Eyed for Residential Theme Park?

Live the life you want. This is the key slogan of Boom, developers who transcend the typical notion of a neighborhood with their transcending perspectives, architectural designs and mission. With nine projects throughout the nation as well as a development for Costa Del Sol in Spain, Boom clearly is making strides to influence properties [...]

Inventory Still Low; The Importance of Selecting a Quality Real Estate Firm

It all started right here in Bostons South End neighborhood back in 1962 with a woman, Betty Gibson, who transcended all preconceived notions about what it meant to be successful in the field of real estate. This polarizing stance that the firm established from the beginning of relentlessly striving to exceed the clients expectations has led [...]

South End Real Estate: New Development? Maybe.

There is yet another project in Boston to get excited about. The South End may soon be impacted by a large development that will re-shape and re-define this portion of the neighborhood. The Boston Herald has recently vacated a site in the South End that they occupied for years to now be located at the Seaport District. National Development, [...]

Downtown Boston Condo Market - Final 2011 Numbers

The fourth quarter of 2011 saw one of the tightest inventorys of properties Boston has ever seen. This is certainly one argument for why the luxury housing market located in the prominent Boston neighborhoods such as the [...]

Abandoned MBTA Tunnels: A New Space for Art Galleries?

Boston is home to one of the oldest subway systems in America. Naturally over the decades new tunnels are opened and old tunnels are closed. Have you ever thought about what happens to the abandoned T tunnels? Do they simply get destroyed, or are they just sealed up and forgotten? What happens when neither of these occur and they are left to [...]

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Boston Real Estate: Starter Neighborhoods

People, especially young adults, are generally pretty cautious about purchasing real estate. Yet mortgage rates are low and homeowners are now willing to accept values for their homes that in years prior they would be less likely to consider. What does this mean? Clearly there must be a place for the Greater Boston Area college grads hoping [...]

Boston International Fine Art Show: Held in Boston's South End

The fifteenth annual Boston International Fine Art Show will be taking place in Boston's South End. Located in the historic Cyclorama venue at The Boston Center for The Arts, 539 Tremont Street, the event will run from Thursday, November 15th until Sunday the 20th of November. This occasion has gained the reputation as being New Englands [...]

South End Historical Society Hosts 43rd Annual House Tour

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Every year in theSouth Endthe South End Historical Society holds their annual house tour, showcasing the most incredible single family homes in Boston. This is a walking tour and makes for quite a nice day in the [...]

Gibson Sotheby's International Realty Welcomes Brett Campbell

Brett Campbell, South End, Boston South End, Real Estate Agent, Gibson Sotheby's International Realty

Brett Campbell was born and raised on the South Shore of Boston. He moved into Boston after earning his Bachelors Degree from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts - Amherst. Brett has been a resident of South Boston for eight years and is happy to call it [...]

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