Sold in Belmont: A Softening in Multifamily Prices, For at Least a Week

Photo: The only single family home to sell last week and, as always, at a premium. A weekly recap of residential properties sold in the past seven days in the “Town of Homes.” • 136 White St., Condominum (1910). Sold: $360,000. Listed at $414,900. Living area: 1,244 sq.-ft. 5 rooms, 2 bedrooms, 1 baths. On the market: 66 days. • 181 Claflin St., […]

Sold in Belmont: Double the Size, Double the Price

Photo: Bulking up on Cedar. A weekly recap of residential properties sold in the past seven days in the “Town of Homes.” • 222 Prospect St., Brick/frame modified Colonial (1936). Sold: $1,210,000. Listed at $1,100,000. Living area: 2,914 sq.-ft. 9 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths. On the market: 61 days. • 96 Winter St., Ranch/Cape (1950). Sold: $700,000. Listed at $789,900. Living area: 1,885 sq.-ft. 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2 […]

Breaking: Cushing Village Project Is A Go with Toll Brothers’ Purchase of Parking Lot by Toll

Photo: Coming attractions Finally. Earlier today, Wednesday, Oct. 19, developer Toll Brothers officially took possession of the municipal parking lot in Cushing Square after purchasing the parcel for $1.335 million from the town, according to Town Administrator David Kale. Kale said the multi-use project will begin the construction phase with the closure of the lot in […]

Belmont Broker Boyle Makes the Move to Gibson Sotheby

Photo: Carolyn Boyle. Long-time Belmont resident and real estate broker Carolyn Boyle is on the move. Boyle has joined Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty’s team of experienced agents, according to Larry Rideout, the firm’s CEO/co-owner. “Carolyn has a track-record of success and is dedicated to providing superior service for her clients,” said Rideout. “As a senior real estate […]

Sold in Belmont: Loft Living on Waverley Street, No Longer on Goden for Concord Ave.

Photo: 112 Waverley with the antebellum balcony. A weekly recap of residential properties sold in the past seven 25-plus days in the “Town of Homes.” • 264 Concord Ave., Unit 2. Downstairs condo in two family (1915). Sold: $680,000. Listed at $699,000. Living area: 1,350 sq.-ft. 5 rooms, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. On the market: 81 days. • 685 Belmont St., Two-family (1918). Sold: $689,900. Listed at $699,000. […]

Toll Bros. Agrees to Parking Lot Sale Sept. 30; Cushing Village Under Way

Photo: Cushing Village. If you were not listening for it, the announcement would have quietly passed by without much notice. But the news from the Board of Selectmen on Monday, Sept. 19, that national developer Toll Brothers will sign the purchase and sale agreement to obtain the municipal parking lot adjacent Trapelo and Williston roads […]

Business: Top RE Broker Joins New RE/MAX Office in Belmont [VIDEO]

Photo: Anne Mahon. Anne Mahon, a top producing real estate agent in her hometown of Belmont has joined RE/MAX Leading Edge in the franchise’s new location at 84 Leonard St in Belmont Center. “When I heard RE/MAX Leading Edge was expanding its footprint in Belmont and Cambridge, I knew I had found my new home,” said Mahon.  […]

Planning Board OKs Cushing Village Construction Extension

Photo: The Cushing Village site. The Belmont Planning Board welcomed to its Tuesday, Sept. 6 meeting the representative of the new owner of the proposed Cushing Village development with a slight caveat. Don’t come back! In reality, the board wasn’t so tactless or dismissive. Rather, the members explained to Bill Lovett – a senior development […]

Toll Partners With Former Owner To Lease Cushing Village’s Retail Space

Photo: Bill Lovett,  a senior development manager at Toll’s Apartment Living, before the Board of Selectmen. It wasn’t the one-month extension the town gave Toll Brothers to close on the municipal parking lot adjacent Trapelo Road critical to the building of the long-delayed Cushing Village project that created the big buzz at the Belmont Board of […]

Cushing Village’s New Owner Seeking Added Concessions From Town

Photo: The current state of the location of Cushing Village. The more things change, the more they stay the same. That 19th-century French saying has a ring of truth to it when the discussion turns to the long-stalled Cushing Village residential/retail/parking development as it appears the new owners are seeking their own set of concessions […]