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At 1000 Boylston — a Back Bay housing development approved last month by the BPDA — a plan for two towers, the taller one stretching 566 feet, eventually became a single 484-foot building, with one-third as many units.
The expansion is part of Covenant Presbyterian's $10 million capital campaign, which also includes subsidizing a new housing development for low-income families nearby.
Plans to expand a community room at the Ping Yuen North affordable housing development in Chinatown were nixed to make room for the electrical equipment PG&E required.
The Arc of the Farmington Valley is now a partner in a cluster-housing development.
In areas with fewer than 1,000 people per square mile, new housing developments brought more people out into the sprawl, and these population increases brought big increases in emissions.
The site was earlier home to the Island Green golf course after Budd successor Transit America closed the plant in 1987 and sold off neighboring land for housing development.
The new housing developments may only mean there will be more people feeling dissatisfied with the quality of the downtown sense of winter space.
Applications for new housing developments have nearly ground to a halt over the past year, and there are plenty of reasons for that.
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HOUSING DEVELOPMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of housing development for English Language Learners
: a group of houses that are built near each other and sold or rented by one owner
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