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Healey’s big new housing push includes $4 billion in funding — and controversial tax and zoning changes

State officials estimate that the proposal could create more than 40,000 new homes — a large portion of which would be set aside for low- and middle-income households — over five years.

Larry Edelman

St. Regis condo developer gambles with below-market ‘bid sale’ on 10 units

Jon Cronin is offering one- and two-bedroom condos with minimum required offers that are about 20 percent below recent sales.

Ten things to know about Governor Healey’s $4 billion housing bond bill

The bill proposes more than two dozen policy changes and three executive orders.

Cambridge passes new affordable housing rules, paving the way for taller buildings

The amendments, which passed the council on a 6-3 vote, mark one of the more ambitious local efforts to address the affordable housing crisis in Massachusetts.

It’s fall and Greater Boston’s housing market is still frozen by interest rates

The 752 houses sold in and around Boston in September represented the lowest tally for the month since 1995.

In Cambridge, a battle over affordable housing revives longstanding political tensions

The Cambridge City Council is considering an expansion of its landmark affordable housing law, putting the city’s left-leaning ideals to the test.

BPDA approves project that will transform Southie’s Andrew Square

The master plan would enable 3.8 million square feet of commercial and residential space in 11 buildings along Dorchester Ave.

Sale of The Whitney highlights resilient hotel market

The Beacon Hill building, which dates to 1909, was acquired by an affiliate of Egeria Group, a multinational investment firm.