Nearly all new development projects are exciting, but a slate of proposals to turn a single-story library site in Boston into 90 or more affordable homes is worth cheering on with extra intensity.
Packaged in a $14 billion infrastructure plan the Healey administration announced Thursday morning are hundreds of millions of dollars worth of new housing investments.
Preservation of Affordable Housing CEO Aaron Gornstein has been active in Greater Boston’s housing sector since the 1980s, starting his career at a Malden anti-poverty agency
Worcester officials have approved a proposal from Boston-based WinnCompanies to redevelop the vacant former Boys & Girls Club building at 16 Salisbury St. in the city’s downtown.
Nearly the entire political establishment in Somerville came to Beacon Hill Monday to lobby for the ability to levy a real estate transfer tax.
The pandemic has laid bare the extent of the digital divide that exists – reliable broadband access is essential to modern work and life. And finally, legislation proposed by both parties recognizes it.