Walsh unveils pilot programs to boost housing
Boston Mayor Martin J. Wash has unveiled four new pilot programs designed to make building and buying middle-income housing more affordable in the city.
The Mayor’s Housing Innovation Lab will launch the pilots — designed to help reach Walsh’s goal of adding 20,000 new middle-incoming housing units by 2030 — in the next three months.
“Solving the middle-income housing challenge is among the biggest challenges we face today,” Walsh said in a statement. “The Housing Innovation Lab is bringing a new way of thinking about these issues to the city. Being able to test new approaches to this issue... read more
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