NEW DATE: Exploring Housing Demand in Cambridge & Greater Boston with MAPC

UPDATE: Please click here to view slides from Tim Reardon's presentation.

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I am happy to announce that ABC has secured a new date for our March ABC meeting that was postponed due to Tuesday's snow storm. Note that the time and location remain the same:

ABC March Meeting:
Exploring Housing Demand in Cambridge & Greater Boston with MAPC's Tim Reardon

Tuesday, March 28th
6:30 P.M.
at the MIT Stata Center, Room 32-141
32 Vassar Street, Cambridge
We'll post signs at the Stata Center to direct attendees to the correct room

Please RSVP to let us know you're planning to come.
RSVP is not required, but will help us ensure the room can accommodate everyone.

As MAPC detailed in regional housing projections issued in 2015, demand for housing across our region expected to grow significantly over the next 25 years. This demand is due not just to new residents moving into our region, but also changing housing preferences of many families already living here, including aging baby boomers looking to downsize from suburban homes into more urban areas near public transportation, services, and amenities.

YIMBYs including A Better Cambridge believe that housing production is critical to provide affordable housing opportunities to families and renters across the income spectrum...but just how much new housing is needed to make an impact? Join us for an insightful presentation to help us better understand housing demand in our community the critical role that housing production plays as we seek to build a more diverse, affordable and sustainable city and region.

Please note that everyone is welcome at ABC general meetings. 

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  • commented 2017-04-14 09:50:42 -0400
    Sorry for the delay in uploading the slides from Tim Reardon’s presentation. Please see the link above to view.
  • commented 2017-04-10 17:38:16 -0400
    Are there slides or anytbing available from this talk?
  • published this page in Blog 2017-03-16 16:32:49 -0400