With the forum update you can directly upload your photos using the *insert photo* button, which is between the link and emoji buttons at the top of the post box. Or you can click "Attach files" and upload an image file.Morning all. Very low-tech history teacher in need of help posting. I have a few shots from my stay at 1 Dalton and am unsure how to post them in the thread. I created a flickr acct but am stuck. Any guidance would be much appreciated.
Count me as not surprised at all. Just assuming they are finally reporting that there is graft in city approval process. Overly restricted zoning and over regulation creates this.Imagine my surprise/ shock that no one has apparently mentioned the Boston Zoning Board of Appeals scandal that is enveloping the city???! Does everyone think it's much ado about nothing?
After two quarters at the top of our list of metro areas with the highest net inflow of Redfin users, Phoenixfell to number three in the rankings in the third quarter, passed by Boston at number one and Sacramentoat number two. A net inflow means more people are looking to move in than leave, while a net outflow means there are more people looking to leave than people looking to move in.
Prior to social distancing of course, that used to be considered a major form of public entertainment: https://www.familytree.com/blog/staged-train-wrecks-of-yesteryear/I was looking for an appropriate transit thread to post this in but failing that, here it goes.
No. A lot of units there never sold and were eventually rented out and apparently they’re taking another stab at trying to sell them. Out of 157 units they’ve only sold 87 since closings began in December 2017.Conspiracy theory... Just saw a bunch of luxury units come up for sale at Lovejoy Wharf all at once. Are these the fabled "foreign investors with empty properties" cashing in?