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South End artists fight eviction from historic cultural home
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South End artists fight eviction from historic cultural home
Neon signs declaring the Piano Craft Guild apartment block and studio space on Tremont Street an “art free zone” hint at the uncertain future remaining artist residents face.
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Eviction delayed for Black arts collective at Northeastern studios
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Eviction delayed for Black arts collective at Northeastern studios
Artists affiliated with Northeastern’s African American Master Artists in Residence Program (AAMARP) have called 76 Atherton St. their creative home for decades, but the university is now demanding that the collective vacate its workspace, citing numerous safety concerns and code violations.
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Fighting to remain in Roxbury
While there is no “silver bullet” for our housing problems, there are actions that we can and must take in order to ensure that we can remain in our community.
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First-term councilor brings housing focus to Iannella Chamber
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First-term councilor brings housing focus to Iannella Chamber
District 1 City Councilor Lydia Edwards has focused on housing issues in the city of Boston since her election in November.
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Brighton Head Start center to be displaced by new development
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Brighton Head Start center to be displaced by new development
Action for Boston Community Development’s Head Start & Early Head Start center in Brighton has been providing childcare services to low-income families at 149 Washington Street since 1985. According to ABCD President and CEO John Drew, the owner of the property, St. John’s Seminary, sold it to AvalonBay Communities, a national developer, leaving ABCD scrambling to find a new location to house their school.
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Roxbury condos $500k and up
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Roxbury condos $500k and up
Condo conversions and new construction in Roxbury are pushing up prices in the Roxbury market.
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