“The Sligos of the world might become history a lot quicker than people might think”
“In the end, what we did was have everyone write about how the housing crisis affects them personally.”
New transit arrives in Somerville, met with a mixed bag of emotions
“The marketing of this particular condo development represents a common tactic: erasure of reality and history.”
In the nationwide bipartisan blitz to privatize public housing, Boston’s giving billions worth of benefits to some of America’s largest developers, financiers, and property management firms. Politicians are applauding, but for many residents caught in the transition, their housing future is unclear
As another historic Black Boston institution is gentrified, a congregation displaced by condos reflects on this trend and what it means
The gathering is being held by families at 168 Gove Street, in response to a luxury developer's plan to build condos.
For these two activists, the fight for the future of a JP church started more than 50 years ago.
From racist real estate practices to bigoted laws, the Boston suburbs are largely white for a reason
Two days before New Year’s Eve, the company’s 12 staffers woke up unemployed. Still, in hope of reinventing their venture somewhere else, Andrew and Greta are taking everything with them