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.
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.
Santa came early this year for a few lucky City Realty tenants as our property managers helped distribute Christmas presents today.
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.
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.
City Realty Group was happy to welcome Community Servings to our office this week and support their invaluable efforts by purchasing 101 Thanksgiving pies.
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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