New data from Zumper revealed next year’s priciest places to live.
Rob and Karen Hale are hoping to donate $52 million to 52 grassroots nonprofits by the end of the year.
Party—or sleep—like a rockstar in Fenway Park. Your choice.
No trip to Beantown is complete without a visit to the Green Monster.
The 4,600-square-foot space on Boston’s Luxury Row will house an area dedicated to Patek Philippe.
The Georgian Revival-style home, which has been restored and updated,, was built in 1904 and has hosted actors, royals and dignitaries.
Featuring Tiffany-designed mosaic tiles, wallpaper and more, the landmarked home was first unveiled in 1902.
Following a two-year renovation, the hotel now marries the building’s noted history with a contemporary take on luxury.