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New Pilot Program targets building sizes of up to 4 units, offering grants to support electrification
Read the latest updates from the Mayor's Office of Housing.
Mayor Michelle Wu announces grants to help property owners assess needs to make their buildings energy efficient
This single-family home is available for $385,000.
These two units are each available for $290,000.
The funding will support community-led agriculture projects.
One unit still available! The unit has one bedroom, one bathroom, hardwood floors, central air, a washer and dryer, and a security system.
One-bedroom units are $186,400 and $221,900. Two-bedroom units are $248,600 and $288,700.
New ARPA funding allowed families to purchase homes in 11 neighborhoods.
This two-family home is available for $475,000.
This two-family home is available for $400,000.
This two-family home is available for $375,000.
These single family homes are available for $333,000.
Funding will support City’s housing-centered approach to intersecting crises centered in area known as “Mass and Cass".
A new transit-oriented, 135-unit affordable mixed-use housing community has opened in Mattapan Square.
242 Norwell Street and 78 Spencer Street feature two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. Both homes have hardwood floors, a paved driveway, and an unfinished attic.
Awards represent a record level of crucial funding to enable Boston and its community partners to provide necessary housing and services to individuals and households experiencing homelessness.
HOMELESS CENSUS At the end of January, Mayor Michelle Wu led a group of volunteers, including U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development officials, City and State officials, homelessness...
Welcome to the Mayor’s Office of Housing 2022 recap. In this newsletter, we look back at 2022, and all the ways the Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) has assisted Bostonians with their housing needs.
New units in eight different neighborhoods across the City will create rental and homeownership opportunities for Bostonians.
The new development will create 35 units of affordable rental housing and 3,800 square feet of commercial space
The East Boston resident will lead homebuyer and home repair programs in the City of Boston.
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