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Cambridge and Other Nearby Cities Look to Improve Transportation Options

Cambridge and Other Nearby Cities Look to Improve Transportation

When it comes to transportation in Cambridge and the surrounding area, a number of options are already in place. From buses to trains and ferries, the possibilities are seemingly endless. Yet, despite all of the transportation opportunities that are currently…

Four Tips for Moving During the Winter in Arlington, Massachusetts

Four Tips for Moving During the Winter in Arlington, Massachusett

Moving during the wintertime can seem like an overwhelming and difficult task. While moving during this time of the year does present its own set of challenges, there are a few tips you can keep in mind to help make…

Leather District to Gain new 230-Room Hotel

Leather District to Gain new 230-Room Hotel

The Boston Planning & Development Agency recently approved the development of a 21-story, 230-room hotel in the Leather District. Located at the site of the former Splash Ultra Lounge & Burger Bar at 150 Kneeland Street near the South Station,…

Boston University Unveils Plans for Unique Tower

Boston University Unveils Plans for Unique Tower

Boston University has announced that the new Boston University tower in Kenmore Square will be designed to look like a stack of books. The 19-story building located at 645-665 Commonwealth Avenue will house the school’s data sciences hub. This will…

Boston Becomes Second City with Parks Easily Accessible to All Residents

Boston Becomes Second City with Parks Easily Accessible to All Re

Thanks to a collective effort between the city, the National Recreation and Park Association, the Trust for Public Land and the Urban Land Institute, all of Boston’s residents are now located within a 10-minute walk of a “high-quality” park. As…

Mayors Coalition Looks for Ways to Address Housing Concerns

Mayors Coalition Looks for Ways to Address Housing Concerns

Just last month, the Metro Mayors Coalition announced that it has set a new goal to facilitate the construction of 185,000 new housing units in the Boston area by 2030. The coalition, which consists of 15 mayors from the area,…