In Boston Business Journal: Five Things You Need to Know Today, and Rampant Abuse
On October 4th, 2022, Boston Business Journal’s Executive Editor, Doug Banks, shared the five most important things to know before starting your workday! Among the list of news was regarding the HYM Investment Group team, My City at Peace, and their prospective win to develop a long-vacant, eight-acre parcel in Roxbury.
Mayor Wu Announces Executive Order to Streamline Approval of Affordable Housing
Today, Mayor Michelle Wu announced that she will sign an executive order designed to speed up the production of affordable housing in the coming days. She made the announcement during her speech to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce at their annual Government Affairs Forum. This executive order is a response to the challenges facing Boston’s housing market in order to remove barriers and make the process for developing affordable housing easier across the city.
On WBUR: Labor Day events include a block party and a quick art competition
The weekend is here! WBUR’s arts engagement producer Arielle Gray shares the details of events happening in and around Boston this Labor Day weekend. Some highlights include an art competition at Hibernian […]
In The Bay State Banner: When the BRA leveled a Lower Roxbury neighborhood
Up until the late 1960s, the area of Lower Roxbury around Madison Park was a vibrant neighborhood where luminaries such as jazz drummer Roy Haynes, former state representative and Minister Michael Haynes, Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan and former Boston Police Superintendent William Billy Celester came of age.