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Boston Accelerates Goals for Housing Production by 30%

Boston's mayor is raising the city's new housing units goal by 30 percent, to 69,000 units by 2030.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh is increasing Boston’s housing goal to 69,000 new units by 2030, up 30 percent from an earlier goal to build 53,000 units by that year, in response to faster-than-expected population growth in the city. The neighborhoods targeted by those new housing units will be the same outlined in the Imagine Boston 2030 master plan released last year: Sullivan Square, Newmarket and Widett Circle, the Fort Point Channel, Suffolk Downs, Readville and Beacon Yards.

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