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October 23, 2018

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Back Bay condo on Comm. Ave. lists for $4.5M

A three-bedroom, 2,503-square-foot condominium facing the Commonwealth Avenue Mall in Boston’s Back Bay has been listed for sale $4.485 million. The condo at 380 Commonwealth Ave. Unit 1 is part of The Residences at the Harvard Club and was built in 1883. Features include direct elevator access across two levels, a contemporary open dining room,

David Chang's fried chicken restaurant Fuku set to open in Seaport

Prepare your taste buds — well-known chef David Chang’s fried chicken restaurant opens in Boston’s Seaport on Saturday. Fuku, a fast-casual restaurant serving up spicy fried chicken, sandwiches and fried squash rings, opens at 11 a.m. on Oct. 20. The Northern Avenue spot is Chang’s first Fuku standalone location outside of New York City. (There

Tour Clippership Wharf, East Boston’s newest luxury housing complex

The East Boston waterfront has seen a dramatic transformation in recent years, with a number of luxury housing developments seemingly cropping up on just about every water-facing parcel within walking distance of the Maverick MBTA Blue Line station, including Gerding Edlen’s The Eddy, Roseland Partners’ Portside at East Pier, and Trinity Development’s Boston East. The latest,

Columbia Gas says it has paid out $20M for gas explosion claims

This story was originally published on MassLive.com. Columbia Gas has paid out $19.8 million in claims to Merrimack Valley residents and businesses who suffered losses in the wave of fires and gas explosions that tore through Lawrence, North Andover and Andover on Sept. 13. The company released claims statistics Friday, showing that it has received 20,831 claims.

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