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Catch up on this week's top Curbed Boston stories.


Rendering of 1 Ink, 2 Ink, and 3 Ink, as seen from the corner of Harrison Avenue and Herald Street; via Elkus Manfredi Architects

HUB-WIDE—Here's a long look at how Elkus Manfredi, Greater Boston's busiest architecture firm, is impacting the region.

SOMERVILLE—Check out what new construction sells for in the rapidly gentrifying city.

MISSION HILL—This is why Boston can't have nice parklets.

SALEM—We take the commuter rail to the most haunted town in America and discover its housing prices are nothing to be scared of.