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Sep 19, 2010
Mayor Menino declares war on owners of dangerous properties in wake of blaze // Crackdown targets ‘life or death’ safety hazards — Boston Herald
Type: Press
Author(s): Jessica Fargen
Source: Boston Herald
City inspectors are embarking tomorrow on a daunting, unprecedented crackdown on owners of vacant and unsafe buildings as officials sound new alarms about the dangers in nearly 150 problem properties. The team from the fire, inspectional services and other departments will start in East Boston and make their way through the city, going into all 147 empty or abandoned properties deemed dangerous by the fire department. “The goal is to put the pressure on these owners of these properties to restore ...
Mar 30, 2010
Mega-million dollar Boston homes sit on market with few takers — Boston Herald
Type: Press
Source: Boston Herald
Much was made of the news this month when a Beacon Hill developer was unable to sell his home for an acceptable price, but the lack of wealthy buyers appears to be more-widespread in that neighborhood and in the Back Bay. Currently, there are seven single-family homes in Boston priced at over $10 million. The most-recent listing came on the market fifty days ago while the prize for longest is held by an historic home at 128 Commonwealth Avenue owned by ...
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