What Amazon’s HQ2 could mean for housing in East Boston
WBUR - 12/21/2017
The shortage of available housing has led to a “seller’s market,” according to Barry Bluestone, a Northeastern University economist who co-authored the report card. It also highlights that as high-income earners move in, luxury rentals are hitting the market at a disproportionate level. Along Eastie’s waterfront, complexes like The Eddy have studios starting at $2,000 and two-bedroom apartments starting at $3,050.