Mayor Wu announces rent stabilization committee as prices skyrocket In the midst of increasingly high rent prices, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu announced the creation of a Rent Stabilization Advisory Committee to research and suggest policies to help renters remain in the city. The committee, which is made up of housing advocates, developers, tenants, and other
After Gov. Baker criticizes Boston’s proposed real estate transfer tax, Mayor Wu digs in ‘Now is not the moment for us to say, ‘We have a brief bit of hope, and so let’s kick the can down the road,’ Wu responded. | RealEstate.Boston.com The post After Gov. Baker criticizes Boston’s proposed real estate transfer tax,
With sea level rise to come, Mayor Wu is turning her attention to East Boston’s waterfront. Here’s what to know. As Boston braces for the anticipated impacts of climate change, with rising sea levels in its historic harbor, Mayor Michelle Wu is bringing to the forefront a focus on neighborhood resiliency, namely, how East Boston
Judge Rebuffs Mayor Wu’s Attempt to Resurrect Boston Covid-19 Eviction Moratorium Mayor Wu Loses Again In Housing Court; City Eviction Moratorium Remains Unlawful and Evictions Can Move Forward (For Now) For the second time in a month, Housing Court Justice Irene Bagdoian has dealt the City of Boston’s Eviction Moratorium a major setback, this time,
This is Mayor Michelle Wu’s ‘big picture’ housing plan Mayor Michelle Wu detailed her housing plan priorities for the new year on Tuesday, outlining an agenda to examine some policies that advocates have long said thwart Boston’s ability for meaningful change, especially in a city where rents have risen faster than the towering buildings changing
Mayor signs Boston building emissions-control measure Acting Mayor Kim Janey signed an ordinance requiring large buildings in Boston to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. | realestate.boston.com The post Mayor signs Boston building emissions-control measure appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.