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The ribbon cutting marked the opening of 41 new units of mixed-income rental housing and retail space

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

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New funding will help make commercial rents more accessible in affordable housing properties across the City.

All units have three bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, central AC, a fenced-in backyard, an unfinished basement, and off-street parking.

The development in Dorchester will house 23 of Boston’s most vulnerable residents.

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Cote Village created 76 units of mixed-income, affordable housing on the long-vacant Cote Ford site in Mattapan.

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The renovation preserves 97 units of income-restricted housing in the South End.

Sixty units will be built in West Roxbury to serve low-income families.

The report lays a foundation for new uses and development, including for affordable housing. A community process will inform the future of identified, high-impact sites

Projects feature new income-restricted housing and greenspace in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood.

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

Mayor Wu's proposed investments in homeownership are part of an unprecedented commitment of $380 million to address housing affordability and stability.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the selection of research and consulting firm David Paul Rosen & Associates (DRA) to study Boston’s Inclusionary Development Policy, as well as an 11-member Technical...

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 Deputy Director of the Office of Housing Stability.

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 necessary housing and services to individuals and households experiencing homelessness.

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 measures to stop displacement of Boston families and protect tenants.

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

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 housing stability support, including property tax relief for low-income seniors.

Welcome to the January 2022 newsletter of the Mayor’s Office of Housing, formerly known as the Department of Neighborhood Development. This month’s newsletter is a look back at 2021, and all the ways...

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 commitment to embedding fair housing and civil rights throughout City government.

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