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Mayor Walsh addresses City of Boston’s affordable housing crisis with “unprecedented” $500 Million investment plan
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  A dominant economic story in recent years – affordable housing – took the spotlight, as Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced an “unprecedented” $500 Million investment over the next five years. This would represent five times current spending. Calling it “one of the most progressive housing policies in America”, Walsh’s plan is intended to […]

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Everybody wins with luxury development in Boston

A recent Institute for Policy Studies report offers a decidedly negative view of both the city’s luxury residential market and the homebuyers who support it. The study’s argument that the luxury buildings are populated by faceless corporate entities and international buyers seeking to park their money ignores a larger and exceptionally positive outcome for the city. (Full […]

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TAMI Tenants in Financial District
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TAMI Tenants Flock to Boston’s Financial District Boston’s Financial District, once the place for premium office space has in recent years transformed into a cost-relief value for the vibrant Seaport District and supply constrained East Cambridge market. As tenants are squeezed out of neighboring markets, tech companies such as DataRobot and online marketing firm Klaviyo […]

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