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40 Trinity Plans; $2,500 Apartments; Cooling-Off Spots; More

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And now, the latest from real estate whizzes over at Curbed Boston.

BACK BAY—New plans are out for the proposed 33-story tower at 40 Trinity Place. It's to have 227 hotel rooms and 115 luxury condos. And! A two-level lobby starting on the 18th floor.

HUB-WIDE—Hot enough for ya? Here are 23 spots around the region to cool off, including cabanas, piers, parks and pools.

HUB-WIDEThese 10 apartments renting for $2,500 on the nose range from a short-term rental in the South End with serious pottery-storage potential to a North End 1-BR with a private terrace to an East Watertown abode with three bedrooms and two parking spaces.

WATERFRONT—The ginormous Aquarium Place project, nixed by the Menino administration, might rise again on the site of the Boston Harbor Garage under a new mayor.