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Coalition advocates for more affordable units
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Coalition advocates for more affordable units
A coalition of affordable housing activists is calling on city officials to increase the percentage of affordable housing units in new construction required under its inclusionary development policy from the current 13 percent to 33 percent, to stem what they say is a displacement crisis in Boston.
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Details on the 4 development teams selected
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Details on the 4 development teams selected
Here are summaries of the four developers selected to develop parcels in Dudley Square.
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Developers selected for Dudley Square parcels
Four Boston-based development teams have been designated by the Roxbury Strategic Master Plan Oversight Committee to design and build on the first batch of sites in Dudley Square as part of the PLAN: Dudley redevelopment process.
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Developers make pitches for vacant Dudley Square parcels
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Developers make pitches for vacant Dudley Square parcels
At a community meeting Saturday morning, developers presented proposals for two city-owned parcels of land near Dudley Square which would create both housing and retail space.
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City council takes up Fair Housing laws, proposal to bring back rent control
City councilor Lydia Edwards has proposed a change in Boston’s zoning code which would require the city to analyze future developments based on the 1968 Fair Housing Act, and look at how potential building would affect displacement in the city.
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Edwards keeps eye on Suffolk Downs
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Edwards keeps eye on Suffolk Downs
Suffolk Downs, a vast tract of vacant land in East Boston, could soon become Boston’s newest neighborhood, with 10,000 units of housing planned for an area more than four times the size of the Seaport District.
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Mattapan votes in new neighborhood council
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Mattapan votes in new neighborhood council
Last month, 147 Mattapan voters cast ballots to elect the neighborhood’s first-ever Greater Mattapan Neighborhood Council.
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Equity ownership matters in Dudley
With bids in on several of Dudley Square’s largest parcels on public land, city officials and community representatives are tasked with using new criteria to judge proposals, with ownership by people of color one of the key factors in the process.
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No visible support for 45 Townsend at meeting
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No visible support for 45 Townsend at meeting
Nearly two years after Kensington Investment Company proposed a 322-unit complex at 45 Townsend Street in Roxbury, the gulf between the developers’ aspirations and the abutters’ expectations seems to have grown wider.
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Developers present plans for Dudley Square parcels
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Developers present plans for Dudley Square parcels
At a community meeting Saturday, five developers shared their plans to redesign two sites in Dudley Square, creating what could be hundreds of units of housing, green space and retail units.
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UMass picks developer for Bayside site
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UMass picks developer for Bayside site
The University of Massachusetts has chosen a developer to build on the former Bayside Expo Center property in Dorchester, the board of trustees announced Thursday.
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Developers say P3 near ready for groundbreaking
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Developers say P3 near ready for groundbreaking
Twelve years after development rights were granted to Elma Lewis Partners, LLC, construction is set to begin in April on Parcel P-3 in Roxbury, to be known as Tremont Crossing, the project’s developers say.
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