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Imagine Boston 2030 Seeks Public Input for Growth Strategy

Imagine Boston 2030#BostonRedevelopment #BostonRealEstateIt was nearly one year ago that the City of Boston looked to engage the public in Imagine Boston 2030, a 2-year process to develop a plan for addressing some of the issues most affected by the city's rapid growth.That meant asking for public input on a variety of issues includingefficient transportation,accessible housing, economic opportunity, arts and culture, education, health, recreational spaces, and more.By 2030, Boston will have at least 709,000 residents, according to Imagine Boston 2030. That's an eight percent increase over our current population, and one that will require a minimum of 53,000 more housing units. In early March 2016, the city asked for input on how to welcome new residents and workers while making Boston a more inclusive place for today's residents and workers. The input received over the coming months will help to form a guiding growth strategy that will be released this summer.Interested in adding your thoughts to that discussion? You can do thathere.Read Imagine Boston 2030's The City of Boston is Experiencing Phenomenal Growth.Are you planning to relocate to Boston?Bostonhas manydistinct neighborhoods, which you can see here inanoverview of Boston real estate and neighborhoods.Doyou havequestions about buying or selling Boston real estate?In my 24 years in Boston real estate, I have helped hundreds of people buy and sell homes, and have acquired an extensive knowledge of Boston,itsneighborhoods,buildings, people, and all the issues involved in the local real estate market. Feel free to callme at617-584-9790 or to email me viathe "Questions?" button below. Boston real estate

 

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