0 Virtual City Happenings: August 7th, 8th & 9th

August 7th, 8th & 9th, 2020 is a virtual event filled weekend around Boston! Check out some of this weeks #cityhappenings…

As more things start to open and we transition from virtual city happenings, keep in mind that face coverings and social distancing are still required in most places. Text “COVIDMA” to 888-777 for Important Updates

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Friday, August 7th
SoWa First Friday (5-9) – For the first time since March, the galleries in SoWa are able to open their doors for First Friday! If you will be attending, please be aware of some changes: Galleries, studios and shops are all open at their own discretion, and each with their own guidelines and capacity limits. All attendees are asked to please wear a mask. If you would prefer to check out some work virtually, you can view Siddharth Choudhary’s “Too Much Color” here.  

Saturday, August 8th
Owl’s Nest (2-10) – Night Shift Brewing is bringing back the Owl’s Nest beer gardens along the Charles River beginning on Saturday. One will be stationed along the Esplanade, and the other will be set up in Herter Park, Allston. Night Shift strongly encourages making reservations. Guests will be required to wear a mask when not seated at their respective tables. 

Sunday, August 9th
Time Out Market (9-10) – Time Out Market in Fenway has reopened their doors. They’ve implemented less seating to better ensure safe social distancing between patrons; partitions on tables for those who dine in; an improved air circulation system which replaces the air every six minutes; a contactless payment system has been implemented; there is a dedicated staff of sanitizing personnel cleaning our space at all times; and each counter and bar is outfitted with public shields. They also have a newly expanded patio of 6,000 square feet.

Moonrise Cinema (8-11) – Located at 23 Drydock Ave in the Seaport is an outdoor movie oasis called Moonrise Cinema. They have designated seating areas and a large al-fresco screen. Each 8 ft x 8 ft seating section can fit up to four people. There will also be food and drink available at the venue.

Best, Joe 

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0 Greater Boston Association of Realtors Monthly Market Report: June 2020

Here’s June 2020’s Monthly Indicators Report from the Greater Boston Association of Realtors® showing Boston real estate market trends.


The 1,150 homes sold in June 2020 was the eighteenth highest sales
total for the month and was a 28.8 percent decrease from the 1,616
homes sold in June 2019. Additionally, the median sales price increased
4.5 percent to a new record price for June in Greater Boston of $679,075
up from the $650,000 price in June 2019.

With 706 condos sold in June, it was the eighteenth most active June on
record in Greater Boston, as the market experienced an 39.3 percent
decline in sales volume from the 1,253 sold in June 2019. The median
sales price of condos decreased 4.4 percent from $619,900 in June 2019
to $592,500 this year

This month, 119 multi-family homes were sold in Greater Boston, which
is a 40.2 percent decrease from the 199 multi-family homes sold in June
2019.

Condominium
  • June condo sales DOWN -39.3%
  • Median prices DOWN -4.4% ($592,500)
  • Active Listings DOWN -2.1% to 2511
  • Listings added to the market UP 20.1% over last year (1868 from 1556 in 2019)
Single-Family
  • November single-family home sales DOWN -28.8%
  • Median prices UP 4.5% ($679,075)
  • Active Listings DOWN -32.5% to 2,200
  • Listings added to the market UP 2.4% over last year (1911 from 1866 in 2019)

Interested In Specific Neighborhood / Area Real Estate Market Trend Data?

 

June 2020 Greater Boston Market Trends

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0 Virtual City Happenings: August 1st & 2nd

August 1st & 2nd, 2020 is a virtual event filled weekend around Boston! Check out some of this weeks #cityhappenings…

As more things start to open and we transition from virtual city happenings, keep in mind that face coverings and social distancing are still required in most places. Text “COVIDMA” to 888-777 for Important Updates

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Saturday, August 1st
Portraits in Refuge: A Virtual Exhibit – Unbound visual arts (UVA) presents a 360 degree exhibition through September 8th, showcasing 34 works by 15 UVA member artists. Curator Karen Smigliani states that the “…artists share expressions of isolation, anxiety, peace, beauty and optimism during our pandemic.” 

Friends Book Sale to Benefit BPL (10-4) – Boston Public Library will host a book sale to benefit its sponsor programs and the purchase of library equipment. Most books are $1-$2. The sale also includes records, CDs, sheet music, and DVDs. Have too many books? BPL is also accepting donations of these items for use in the sale.

Sunday, August 2nd
The Deck on Lansdowne – The House of Blues Boston recently unveiled the Deck on Lansdowne, a new outdoor bar located on the roof of the Lansdowne garage. Seating is first come, first served. Guests can utilize contactless ordering and payment using a QR code at their table. Masks are of course required upon arrival until seated at a table.

Skip the Small Talk: Virtual Edition (12:30-2) – Want some human connection without leaving the house? Aeronaut Brewing sponsors this virtual happy hour meetup, join yourself or with friends. The event is structured so as to help people get closer to one another via conversation (and drinks 😉). A fun and safe way to stay in touch with our community throughout these isolated times.

Best, Joe 

Joe Schutt

Committed to representing your interests with the highest level of integrity, I am dedicated to service excellence focused on personal attention and building a solid trust relationship. I listen carefully and make my clients feel comfortable in exploring their full range of real estate options and then encourage them to relax and rely on my expertise to insure that the details run smoothly and efficiently. Google+

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