Bending urban sophistication, academic influence, and forward-thinking businesses, Brighton’s identity has always been tricky to pin down into neat categories. With plenty of Green Line stops, a bustling shopping district, and strong local roots, Brighton blends together many of Boston’s best qualities in its neighborhood mosaic. Unsurprisingly, that results in some of the city’s best options for luxury apartment buildings.
When the real estate market is going strong, an appropriately priced home that has a good showing is expected to be sold within the first month and a half. When six weeks go by and nothing happens, it’s not unusual for sellers to begin feeling anxious and flustered, particularly when their agent starts to persuade the seller to lower the price. It’s easy for the seller to assume the agent is just looking for a quick fix to make their sale, but the agent is actually on the same team as the seller, and just wants to see the listing get some action.
The Allston-Brighton area is experiencing a major renaissance these days. Given the fact that some of this area is full of single-story warehousing, it is impressive to see how much construction and real estate is entering the scene in this otherwise strategic location.
Are you planning a visit to Brighton, Massachusetts this summer and looking for the best places to stop in for a bite? Luckily, this neighborhood is making a major splash in the culinary world. Due to its diverse population, the demand for high quality, ethnic food is at an all-time high. Whether you are looking for a quick lunch, a delicious summer treat, or a noteworthy dinner, you can find it all here, and then some. Read on to check out Brighton Pads’ top picks for eateries in Brighton.