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12/05/2016
 
Posted By: Olivia Beaucher




01/12/2016
 
Posted By: Clifford Kensington
When discussing affordable housing, it's important to remember that low cost units are from two categories: depressed prices from urban decay or a community investment in affordability driven by gentrification.


01/08/2016
 
Posted By: Clifford Kensington
In 2015, Boston permitted 1,022 new units of affordable housing, breaking the previous record set in 2004. The city is now at 107% of the pace needed to meet the affordable housing goals in Mayor Walsh's housing plan: Housing a Changing City: Boston 2030.




12/22/2015
 
Posted By: Clifford Kensington
Santa came early this year for a few lucky City Realty tenants as our property managers helped distribute Christmas presents today.


12/17/2015
 
Posted By: Clifford Kensington
As cities have outgrown their initial set of zoning codes, we have seen the building process come full circle, returning to a case by case evaluation driven primarily by neighbors' self interest.


12/15/2015
 
Posted By: Clifford Kensington
Mayor Martin J Walsh helped City Kids hand out 110 Chromebooks to high achieving kids from the Shelburne Community Center, the Base, and the Teen Center at St. Peters.


11/24/2015
 
Posted By: Clifford Kensington
City Realty Group was happy to welcome Community Servings to our office this week and support their invaluable efforts by purchasing 101 Thanksgiving pies.


11/23/2015
 
Posted By: Clifford Kensington
One of our founding members, Fred Starikov and his family joined Mayor Marty Walsh at Family Day at the Pop Allston Skate Park.


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01/12/2016
 
Posted By: Clifford Kensington

When discussing affordable housing, it's important to remember that low cost units are from two categories: depressed prices from urban decay or a community investment in affordability driven by gentrification.
01/08/2016
 
Posted By: Clifford Kensington

In 2015, Boston permitted 1,022 new units of affordable housing, breaking the previous record set in 2004. The city is now at 107% of the pace needed to meet the affordable housing goals in Mayor Walsh's housing plan: Housing a Changing City: Boston 2030.

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