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November 2022

USDOT Expands Financing for Certain Transit Projects

More applicants will now be eligible for low-cost flexible financing  . . . Read More

Sound Transit Advancing Equitable Transit-Oriented Development in the U District

Zoning on the property allows for various development approaches . . . Read More

Nonprofit café, artist spaces, housing to be built in new Nubian Square development, Boston Mayor Wu announces

"A 74 unit mixed-income, mixed-use, transit-oriented development . . . Read More

Mixed-Use Development to Take Flight Near College Park Airport

In the latest effort to continue the reinvigoration of College Park . . .Read More

Midterm Election Day is Tomorrow, Nov. 8th. VOTE!

Most of the attention of midterm elections is focused on the two chambers of Congress: the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives. Members of the House are elected for two-year terms, so all 435 seats are decided during the... Continue Reading →

Public-Private Partnership Starts $155M Redevelopment of Innes Apartments in Chelsea, MA

"This project represents a commitment to preserve and . . . Read More

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