|Sector||Civic buildings / Landscape / Offices/Commercial / Urban design|
|Posted By||The City of Boston’s Department of Neighborhood Development|
|Summary||Developer lead: city owned property redevelopment|
The City of Boston’s Department of Neighborhood Development (DND) sells city-owned properties to private buyers to encourage development in the City. One of the goals of DND’s land disposition is to reduce the amount of unused, neglected property existing in the City, placing it back on the tax rolls and adding to the inventory of mixed-income housing. DND’s land disposition process helps alleviate the housing crisis by enabling DND to offer buildable lots to home builders/developers to encourage construction of housing in Boston’s neighborhoods for a range of affordability levels.
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