• Join us at Our Greater Boston YIMBY Meet-up

    A Better Cambridge is excited to partner with Somerville YIMBY to bring our semi-annual regional meet-up to Davis Square -- RSVP now!

  • NIMBYs at the Hearing

    Join ABC in discussion with BU researchers & authors of the study "Who Participates in Local Government? Evidence from Meeting Minutes"

  • Color of Law

    Watch full video of ABC's event with Richard Rothstein, author of "Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America"

  • Introducing ABC's New Look

    ABC evolved over the past six years and it's time for our brand to evolve as well.

  • Read ABC's Statement of Opposition to an Alewife Moratorium

    Projects like HRI's 98 affordable homes could be stopped in their tracks if an Alewife moratorium is adopted

  • Support Higher Density Affordable Homes in Cambridge

    The 1791 Mass Ave development will bring 40 new below market rate homes to Porter Square. Tell the Zoning Board we need housing now!

  • ABC Goes On Air

    Listen to ABC Chairman Jesse Kanson-Benanav discuss the housing development debate in Cambridge on WBUR's RadioBoston

  • Fundraiser 2017

    ABC's first annual fundraiser was a huge success! Thanks to everyone who came & donated. Click here to view photos from the event.

  • ABC Statement on MIT's Volpe Rezoning

    Read ABC's statement on MIT's proposed rezoning of the USDOT Volpe site in Kendall Square

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A Better Cambridge (ABC) is a citywide resident group in Cambridge, Massachusetts, committed to building a more diverse and sustainable city, with housing for all people. We support increased housing of all kinds, smart, eco-friendly density, and growth that is public-transit centered, to create vibrant, walkable, bikeable, livable neighborhoods. Through education and advocacy, we seek to impact the public conversation, include under-represented groups, and encourage thoughtful, smart planning and policy.

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