Fenway’s tallest building more than halfway done

Pierce Boston currently stands at 18 stories Construction of the Pierce Boston condo-apartment tower at 188 Brookline Avenue in Fenway has reached 18 floors, putting it more than halfway to its 30-floor height. When it’s done, the approximately 340-foot tower will be the tallest building in Fenway—a not-unimpressive feat given the amount of construction in…

The Collaborative Companies joins largest brokerage in U.S.

Posted by Marilyn Jackson, Blog about Boston Real Estate The New England operation of NRT LLC, the country’s largest real estate brokerage firm, has acquired the assets of The Collaborative Companies in Boston, headed by Sue Hawkes, president and chief operating officer. The Collaborative Companies is a full-service residential marketing firm, which will continue to conduct business…

Fenway Center to move forward

Fourteen years after he began planning a major development in the air over the Massachusetts Turnpike at Kenmore Square, developer John Rosenthal says he is finally ready to start work. Construction would commence with the part of the project that would sit on firm ground. On Wednesday, Rosenthal and his development partners said that they…

A Look at Boston’s First Sky Cabanas

These pricey pods are perched atop Pierce Boston in the Fenway. A good view of the Boston skyline is priceless, right? In Pierce Boston‘s case, it’s a mere $300,000 or so. The luxury apartment complex that’s slated to be completed in 2018 just began marketing a new feature to its future residents—sky cabanas. The precious…

Here’s who bought the Millennium Tower’s penthouse

By Tim LoganGLOBE STAFF JUNE 16, 2016 The buyer of the most expensive condominium in Boston is a South Shore boy turned billionaire who renounced his US citizenship nearly two decades ago for tax purposes, meaning he can’t live full time in his $30-million-plus penthouse. The 13,000-square-foot unit atop the 60-story Millennium Tower in Downtown…