COVID-19 information
/
For the latest updates, please visit our coronavirus (COVID-19) website:
Filter
Default News image

Terrace Street Artist Condos

14 condominiums in Mission Hill

First-time homebuyers will receive up to $40,000 and City service contractors will be guaranteed...

Welcome to the Department of Neighborhood Development’s monthly newsletter.

There are 12 affordable homeownership units in Brighton.

Welcome to the Department of Neighborhood Development’s monthly newsletter. This May update focuses...

The new funding will increase homeownership rates in Boston’s neighborhoods.

Welcome to the Department of Neighborhood Development’s monthly newsletter. This April update...

New funding will create housing stability for thousands of Boston households.

Welcome to the Department of Neighborhood Development’s monthly newsletter. This March update...

The funding represents the largest award of this type that the City has received and is a 70%...

Funding will support Boston’s homeless and aging population with 198 units set aside for individuals...

Welcome to the Department of Neighborhood Development’s monthly newsletter. This February update...

Boston's Linkage program was created in 1986 to leverage funding for affordable housing and...

The program assists income-eligible first-generation homebuyers in purchasing a home in Boston for...

New deed-restricted housing units were permitted by the City of Boston in 2020 during a global...

The annual count of Boston's homeless individuals guides the City's resources

Happy New Year! This first issue of our 2021 monthly newsletter will be focused on the work that the...

A 39 unit mixed-income, mixed-use development in the Grove Hall neighborhood will also be a new home...

Sale of Lafayette Garage will generate millions of dollars for affordable housing in Boston

Twenty-three units of affordable housing for older Bostonians in the North End

The development will create 42 units of supportive, transit-oriented affordable housing with green...

The new development will create 62 new units of affordable transit-oriented rental housing.

Mayor Walsh also announced new supports aimed at ending youth homelessness in Boston.

Landlords and constables in the City of Boston must provide tenants facing eviction with their...

Affordability made possible in part by $4 million in City funds; largest achievement to date in...

The program created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has engaged nearly 1,000 volunteers to...

Project will replace 200 units of affordable housing with 210 new affordable units, add 262 mixed...

The City of Boston has made $5 million available to aid residents at risk of eviction, with up to $4...

Landlords who sign the pledge will commit to working with tenants to avoid evictions for unpaid rent...

The new ordinance will require constables to provide information on eviction help.

Back top top