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November 2018


Portland is on track to receive the largest share of the $653 million affordable housing bond approved by Metro voters at the Nov. 6 general election . . . Read More

Brightline goes Virginal. What next?

Everybody has been watching Brightline, the bold upstart operator of private-sector passenger trains in a nation where every other scheduled train is operated in the public sector, either by Amtrak or by a local transit authority. . . Read More

Amazon’s arrival requires smarter housing in Arlington

Emily Hamilton is a research fellow with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University in Arlington, where she focuses on urban economics and land-use policy. . . . Read More

MTA to buy Grand Central, Harlem and Hudson lines for $35M, opening development options

The MTA has plans to purchase Grand Central Terminal and Metro-North’s Hudson and Harlem lines, . . . Read More

New transit-oriented development offers 27 units of mixed-income rental housing in Hyde Park.

Boston Mayor Martin J. Wash joined Southwest Boston Community Development Corporation, Traggorth Companies, elected officials and residents to celebrate the grand opening of The Residences at Fairmount Station. . . Read More

Brennan Group, Corcoran Jennison Deliver Transit-Oriented Development to Malden Center

An official ribbon cutting ceremony was held to celebrate the official opening of Residences at Malden Station 138, a transit-oriented, mixed-use development just steps from the Malden Center T Orange Line stop. . . .Read More

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