135 Bremen Street

  • BRA Approves 94-Unit Multifamily Project at 135 Bremen Street

    For decades East Boston was known as a gritty, underdeveloped area in the city’s Innovation District. But as new developments started accommodating a wave of businesses in the area, Eastie turned into a promising neighborhood for real estate developers and investors.

    Boston 21 November 2014 20:21

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