Category: Luxury Property Updates

The latest from Lili about Boston Real Estate.

Luxury Hotel Residences

March 17, 2018 |

Hotel residences are becoming very desirable Boston luxury real estate, mainly due to the services that these luxury hotels provide. There was a time that the only empty nesters or young professionals chose to live in hotel residences, but not anymore. The amenities appeal to all buyers from different demographics. Read More

New Luxury Lofts Are Trending

March 10, 2018 |

It is fascinating how the demand for living-style changes through decades. Tastes for fashion, design and furniture change from one decade to the next, and so does the style of popular Boston luxury homes, architecture and interior design. Read More

New Residential and Commercial Developments in Boston

December 3, 2016 |

The commercial and residential Boston luxury real estate markets change daily. With too many new office towers, some of the commercial developers are now dedicating a portion of the office space to residential housing. Read More

WOW Effect Produces Drama Galore

June 4, 2016 |

We witness many renovations and transformation of spaces in Boston luxury real estate buildings, but once in a while, some amazing renovation pops up that overshadows all the rest. I tend to think of it as the “wow “ unit that is the end-all for all Boston luxury home renovations. Read More

Demand for Larger Boston Luxury Condos

June 27, 2015 |

In the past, many new Boston luxury real estate construction projects were filled with smaller units, making them more marketable and easier to sell. Not anymore. Read More

Rising Property Prices Per Square Foot

April 11, 2015 |

There doesn’t seem to be a relief in sight for Boston luxury real estate prices. Around my office, we can’t stop talking about the rising prices and wondering when or if property price tags will stop climbing. The new normal seems to be $1400-$1500 per square foot for renovated Boston luxury homes. Read More

Lavish Addition to the Boston Real Estate Market

December 6, 2014 |

As if we were lacking new Boston luxury condos in our local real estate market, now 25 more units will be added to the list. The Mandarin Oriental Hotel & Residences will be converted from rental units to new luxury properties. The new luxury Boston condos were originally rental units on the first four floors of the building with another 10 subsidized apartments. These will be sold under deed restrictions and should therefore be priced affordably. Boston real estate buyers will have to abide by these deed restriction laws when renting the units. Read More

Buzz in the Boston Real Estate Market

November 8, 2014 |

There are so many new, exciting projects in the development pipeline shaping a variety of Boston neighborhoods.  New luxury, full service towers are slated to be built everywhere and are at different stages of planning / design, permitting, zoning, financing, etc. The most recent project that is stirring a great deal of excitement is the Millennium Towers in downtown Boston. Read More

With Rising Prices, Boston Luxury Real Estate Developers Kick Into High Gear

September 27, 2014 |

Boston prices are getting very close to New York prices. The recent sale at the 4 Seasons was at $2,908 per square foot. The sales at the Carlton House, The Mandarin and the Heritage on the Garden were not too far from that price mark. Boston luxury home prices are getting close to the $3000/square foot range and the developers of some of the newer projects are aiming to surpass $3000/ft range for their more luxury Penthouse level homes. Read More

Luxury Boston Home Sales Are Fueled by Overseas Investors

September 13, 2014 |

It is hard to hope for prices of Boston luxury real estate residential market to stabilize or go down as long as the demand stays high and there’s a shortage of supply. New products coming on the market seem to be at a record high, even though not all of these Boston luxury homes sell at the asking prices. Read More

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