Click here for instant Brookline Real Estate Blog Updates!

 Subscribe in a reader Share on Facebook

Add to Google Reader or Homepage Subscribe in Bloglines Add to Technorati Favorites


Welcome to your constantly updated resource for news and views on the Brookline Real Estate market. Here you will find commentary and statistics to explain the daily changes in the Brookline specific housing market.

Whether you're looking for an estate in Cottage Farm, a condo in Brookline Village or are just stopping by please feel free to read along and comment at will. If you are interested in speaking about renting an apartment, buyer representation or listing your home please feel free to contact me.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

New Condos near Coolidge Corner

The TAB did a short piece about a meeting that will be held tonight regarding the planned new condo development on Sewall Ave. For those who don't know the players involved, the developer is the same company that currently owns The Warwick at Coolidge Corner as well as two other multi-family lots in and around Coolidge Corner with planned condo/townhouse developments underway. While the Sewall Ave properties are getting the most press, they are the farthest away from actual work. Look for new townhouse developments, possibly by the end of the year, first.

What we do know about the developer is they've got a pretty consistent track record with their Brookline properties. From the 11 Atherton Rd development two years ago to many others, primarily excluding the Warwick because of its unique size and nature, this developer will most likely provide a building that fits in with the aesthetic styles of the neighborhood and helps maintain the overall property value of surrounding homes. I personally think Coolidge Corner could use some more housing, but I always hope that the housing we add comes with on-site parking and at a price point accessible to the many young professionals who desire to call Brookline home. This development will be a quick walk to the Longwood Medical Area and it would be a shame if that community couldn't be served by new property.


top 10% awardAwarded Top 10% in the Nation for Consumer Satisfaction by the Internet Consumer Group
more info

Subscribe via email

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner


The views expressed on these pages are the opinion of the author and any public contributors. They do not substitute for the advice of a legal or financial professional. These opinions are not representative of any firm or business. Please always consult an attorney, financial professional or sign a contract with a Buyer Agent or Seller's Agent for specific advice.