#BostonRedevelopment #BostonRealEstateBoston's new master plan for development is designed with a year 2050 citywide population of 800,000 residents in mind, according to a Boston Globe article."Imagine Boston 2030," as the plan is called, sees new neighborhoods coming to life in the outer reaches of the city over the next decade. Boston Mayor Marty J. Walsh also envisions a more updated way of life for the city:
If we want to be competitive on a global scale, on a national scale, wed better start investing in infrastructure, he [Walsh] said. Were talking about decades of neglect.
Imagine Boston addresses a wide range of concerns, includingaffordable housing, rising sea levels, transportation, greenhouse gas emissions, and expandingthe city's Emerald Necklace.Walsh notedthat the last plan, from the 1950s, while no longer applicable for these times, was successful for its time:
The result of that plan was a thriving city, Walsh said. This citys going to be very different as we move forward from here. We want to make sure as we grow and change, that we grow for everyone.
Read the Boston Globe's Walsh Plan Targets Corners of Boston for Development.Read Imagine Boston's vision of the city.Are you thinking about where to livein Boston?If you have questions about buying or selling homes in the Boston real estate market, please call me at617-584-9790, orsend me an email via the linkbelow.
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