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March 2017

Construction kicks off on Dallas transit-oriented development

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Engaged neighbors: Scholars at MIT and in Mexico collaborate on projects spanning design, technology, and art.

MIT faculty, students, and alumni consistently find creative ways to apply their knowledge . . . Read More

Boston transit proximity really adds a premium to home prices

Proximity to public transit can add a serious premium to a Boston home price. . . Read More

Transit-rich U.S. submarkets fetch 80 percent higher rent

U.S. submarkets with access to public transportation are achieving rents that are almost 80 percent higher . . .Read More

Indiana agency’s model spreads throughout state

MUNSTER, Ind. — After a decade of challenges, a state agency in northwest Indiana is thriving and helping other areas in the state pool resources for regional projects that need a boost. . . . Read More

Neighborhood In A Nutshell: NoMa

NoMa — a moniker for the district north of Massachusetts Avenue — . . .Read More

Proposals could bring more than 700 apartments to North Quincy

QUINCY – If various developers' plans go as they hope, more than 700 apartments . . . Read More

Developer Begins Work on Transit-Oriented Mixed-Use Project in Downtown Malden

Properties that were once home to Malden City Hall and the Malden Police Station. . . Read More


The developer behind a proposed 51-story skyscraper over New England's busiest rail hub . . . Read More

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