Wu Names Advisors on IDP, Linkage Fee Increases

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu is following up on her campaign promise to require 20 percent affordable housing in new developments, appointing 11 members of an advisory committee and hiring consultants to study the topic along with potential increases in commercial development linkage fees.

Fair Housing Struggles Far from Over

Boston should add new enforcement clout to its fair housing policies as vulnerable populations contend with higher-than-ever roadblocks to keeping roofs over their heads, concludes a report culminating a three-year study of local conditions.

New Routes to Affordability in the Fenway

As the Fenway, Chinatown and South End continue to face gentrification and housing displacement pressures, contributions from four private developers could deliver more than 700 new income-restricted housing units in coming years.