It's time for your Friday dose of Curbed Cuts, all the neighborhood news from our sister site Curbed Boston.
SOUTH END - This 4-BR, 3-BA, 3,300-square-foot condo at 10 Bond Street was listed last month at $2.4 million; but was pulled off the sales market and just re-listed as a rental. The pad is available Sept. 1 for $14,000 a month, and will welcome cats and small dogs.
WEST END - The proposed Nashua Street Residences across from TD Garden will have 500 apartments instead of 375 without growing any taller. How? The developer plans to cram in more, presumably smaller, apartments (here we go again), and chop the number of parking spaces from 270 to 219.
ALLSTON - Details of Harvard's mega-plan for the neighborhood have trickled out, beginning with what's in store for Barry's Corner. The North Harvard Street/Western Avenue junction will have a vibe not unlike Davis Square in that it will be rife with pedestrian-friendly retail, including bookstores, restaurants, a health club and a daycare center (and an underground parking garage, as that's what neighbors wanted).
HUB-WIDE - Jason Schuster of Proper Realty won our first-ever Hottest Brokers contest. Cheers.