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  • There’s barely any housing being built in the suburbs

    Boston Globe - 11/28/2017

    The author of the longstanding study, Northeastern University economist Barry Bluestone, may be forgiven for sounding repetitive. He has hit on some of the same themes in his last few annual reports — namely, that Boston is carrying the brunt of the region’s housing needs. Yet even so, working families are being priced out by graduate students and young professionals, while too little is being built in more-affordable areas.

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