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The long-vacant East Second Street parcel includes a butterfly and bee garden, bistro-style seating...

Mayor Wu's proposed investments in homeownership are part of an unprecedented commitment of $380...

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the selection of research and consulting firm David Paul Rosen &...

Read about highlights this month from the Mayor's Office of Housing.

The Mayor’s Office of Housing announced today that Danielle Johnson, Esq. has been appointed the new...

The program to assist residents impacted by COVID-19 has helped thousands of households in Boston.

The awards represent crucial funding to enable Boston and its community partners to provide...

The new commission will implement innovative solutions to prevent and end family homelessness.

Read about highlights this month from the Mayor's Office of Housing.

The committee will examine successful rent stabilization programs in other cities and consider...

Welcome to the February 2022 newsletter of the Mayor’s Office of Housing, formerly known as the...

The annual count of Bostonians experiencing homelessness, guiding the allocation of City resources.

The fees will be used to generate additional funding for affordable housing in Boston and provide...

Welcome to the January 2022 newsletter of the Mayor’s Office of Housing, formerly known as the...

New units across the City will create rental and homeownership opportunities for Bostonians.

New investments will bring critical upgrades to more than 500 residents in Jamaica Plain, with a new...

Mayor Wu announces studies to assess Linkage fee and inclusionary development levels, updated...

Welcome to the Department of Neighborhood Development’s December newsletter. This month's snapshot...

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

The redevelopment of the historic YWCA building will create 210 units of affordable housing in the...

The $5 million fund will aid Boston homeowners impacted by COVID-19 pandemic.

The new homeownership project hosts eight new affordable homes for first-time homebuyers in Jamaica...

The Kenzi at Bartlett Station will create 50 units of supportive, affordable housing for older...

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

The new development creates 89 units of affordable housing and 23,000 square feet of commercial and...

The City is committing to rehousing 1,100 households and creating 650 units of housing for...

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

The Mayor created a citywide eviction moratorium and plans for a Foreclosure Prevention Fund.

The new funding will support the creation and preservation of affordable housing in Boston’s...

Two row houses have been purchased, renovated, and are deeded for long-term affordability.

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