On Bromfield Street lives the past, present, and future of downtown Boston Bromfield can be seen as a barometer of the central business district’s post-COVID recovery — slow and surely there, but discouraging all the same. The post On Bromfield Street lives the past, present, and future of downtown Boston appeared first on Boston.com Real
Wall Street Can’t Seem to Get Enough Fixer-Upper Houses A recent story in the Wall Street Journal (reposted on Realtor.com) says Wall Street has made a mountain of money available to house flippers, and selling move-in-ready rehabs has rarely been easier. They point out that the challenge is finding beat-up and out-of-date properties that can
Let the kids play? Here’s what readers said about neighborhood street games. Neighborhoods may seem a little quieter this week with school back in session, but readers are practically taking to the streets over a dispute on the other side of the country. In Colorado Springs, police recently shut down a weekly kickball game on
What’s your opinion on neighborhood street games? Let us know. In Colorado Springs, the tradition has divided a neighborhood and devolved into arrest threats. Continue reading at realestate.boston.com. The post What’s your opinion on neighborhood street games? Let us know. appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.