“The marketing of this particular condo development represents a common tactic: erasure of reality and history.”
MAYOR MICHELLE WU RECOMMENDS COMMUNITY PRESERVATION ACT FUNDING FOR 52 PROJECTS
The funding includes $14.6 million in affordable housing projects, $6.1 million in historic preservation projects, and $6.4 million in recreational use and open space projects
SOMERVILLE YMCA CONTEMPLATES FUTURE IN NEW BUILDING
The search for a new facility is on
CHILDREN LED STREET THEATER, IN PROTEST OF EVICTIONS AND FORECLOSURES
They will meet in front of the State House
SPECIAL FEATURE ON THE PRIVATIZATION OF PUBLIC HOUSING IN BOSTON
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
MA DIVERTS EVICTION RELIEF FUNDS TO INVESTIGATE FRAUDULENT APPLICATIONS
Housing rights advocates say innocent applicants will be unfairly impugned
OPINION: MASS RENT CONTROL HEARING TUESDAY, JAN. 11, 11 A.M.
Legislature's Housing Committee Seeks Public Testimony
DESACRALIZED PT. 2: “IT’S GOING TO BE HARD TO DRIVE DOWN THAT STREET”
As another historic Black Boston institution is gentrified, a congregation displaced by condos reflects on this trend and what it means
THE FABULOUS BAKER PLOYS
Does anyone even care that the governor appointed the judge who overturned Boston’s moratorium?
CAN A LANDLORD-LOVING GOV STAND IN THE WAY OF RENT CONTROL?
As state and city-level moratoriums expire, there has been an increased push among housing activists to bring back rent control. But what can be done?