Featured Real Estate

Boston City Group, Inc. Sells 33A at Commercial Wharf

*Sponsored Post* Boston, MA: Commercial Wharf Unit 33A, a 1918 SF Office Condo sold on July 31, for $1,920,000.00. Boston City Group, Inc.’s Caroline Ligotti, Emily McGranaghan, and Linda Redeker, represented the Seller and procured the buyer, a Capital Investment Company that will use the space for their new Boston corporate headquarters. 33A is located Read More…

Featured Real Estate

Appeals Court Favors Commercial Wharf Condo Owners Avoiding Chapter 91 License

The Commercial Wharf East Condominium Association (CWECA) received a favorable ruling from the Massachusetts Appeals Court on July 31, 2020 in its fight against the State Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP). The court affirmed a Superior Court ruling that the DEP’s determination process was flawed regarding the need for a Chapter 91 license at Commercial Read More…

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Boston City Group, Inc. Sells 11 Bartlett Place

*Sponsored Post* Boston, MA:   11 Bartlett Place, a Turn-key 4-Unit Apartment building in the heart of the Boston’s North End was sold on July 14, 2020 for $2,250,000.   Boston City Group, Inc.’s Caroline Ligotti, Emily McGranaghan and Linda Redeker, brokers at Coldwell Banker on Boylston Street, represented the Seller. Originally built in 1899 and Read More…

Government Real Estate

Deadline to File Residential & Personal Exemption Applications June 1

As part of Boston’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Walsh extended the fiscal year 2020 residential and personal exemption applications deadline. This year’s deadline is Tuesday, June 1, 2020. The City has a number of tax relief programs for those homeowners who occupy the property as their principal residence. This year, the residential exemption Read More…

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COVID-19 Eviction / Foreclosure Moratorium Bill Becomes Law

Gov. Charlie Baker signed the H.4647 bill into law this week, halting most Massachusetts evictions and foreclosures during the coronavirus pandemic. Passed unanimously by the House, a final version was negotiated with the Senate late last week. Under the new law, all eviction proceedings will stop for four months or until 45 days after the Read More…

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City Council Explores Rent Relief Options for Tenants in City-Owned & BPDA-Owned Properties

As the coronavirus continues to impact the daily lives of Boston residents, thousands are left experiencing a complete loss or severe reduction of income. The City Council tackled this financial uncertainty during their weekly meeting by hosting a conversation about how the City can offer relief to those suffering during this unprecedented public health crisis. Read More…