Measuring tech-forwardness in Boston building design will soon become part of the review process for newprojects and development areas. The City of Boston is the first city to work with WiredScore to integrate principles of broadband ready building design into the real estate development process, according to a Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA)press release.Mayor Marty Walsh recently announced a plan to see that new developments are working to serve residential and business broadband needs.
"In order for Boston to be an innovative and equitable city for all, we must ensure that all of our residents and businesses have access to reliable, fast, and, affordable broadband service," said Mayor Walsh. "I am proud of our nation-leading work with WiredScore, which will lead to further success in creating a city committed to advancing broadband and digital equity goals."
WiredScore has created the first international rating system allowing businesses to easily locate best-in-class office space buildings.
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