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Pandemic Or Not, Affordable Housing Still Needs Density And Transit

By  Dees Stribling | Bisnow |June 2, 2020 The long-term outlook for affordable housing depends on its location in walkable areas with access to transit that will take residents to their jobs: urban density, in other words, or at least a pocket of density around a transit node. The pandemic has called that model into question, […]

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In this coronavirus spring, a stroll down Newbury Street felt neither leisurely nor luxurious

  By Shirley Leung | Boston Globe| May 26, 2020  It says a lot that the busiest spot on Newbury Street on a gorgeous Tuesday was the decidedly unglamorous UPS Store, where people spent their lunchtime lined up outside to mail packages. In normal times, this stretch of the Back Bay would have been jammed with […]

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Boston Construction Struggles To Adapt To Social Distancing – And How To Pay For It
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By Drees Stribling | Bisnow | May 19, 2020 As the construction industry in Boston is poised to reopen completely, the challenge of operating efficiently while social distancing are only going to intensify, experts said this week. According to the speakers at Bisnow’s recent webinar, How to Get Boston Construction Back Underway, it has already been a struggle. […]

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