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Why Go To The Office? Few Want To — Some Need To
Downtown Office

By Liz Neisloss | WGBH | July 20, 2020 Downtown Boston’s office buildings loom over urban canyons, now echoing with the occasional complaint of a seagull. It’s the third phase of reopening in the state — which allows offices to fill to 50 percent capacity — and these buildings are mostly empty because their usual […]

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‘We Were Way High’: Reality Of Phased Office Comeback Falls Short Of Landlord Expectations

Dees Stribling | Bisnow | July 14, 2020  Office space has been open in Massachusetts since Phase 1 of the commonwealth’s reopening plan went into effect on May 25, but office workers and their managers aren’t rushing to return. That doesn’t mean they never will, just that the uncertainty is still too strong. During the […]

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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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