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Meetings to help shape a citywide development master plan are expected throughout next month, but did the city finish its last planning processes?
Representatives from neighborhood and community organizations are invited to a Neighborhood Summit to discuss citywide development.
A marketplace made of cheap, repurposed shipping containers could be coming to Kendall Square for the next five or so years.
A lawsuit against the owners could result in them losing the former apartment complex, and whatever was spent remaking it. Result: paralysis.
A crowd angry over development near Fresh Pond startled board members, who delayed action and talked later about their shock at the level of discourse.
A lawsuit is all but inevitable in the redevelopment of a former courthouse, public officials said, but talks between neighbors and builder Leggat McCall are ongoing.
Cambridge isn’t on a debt service development treadmill, finance officials said, giving context to comments at a City Council roundtable on capital projects.
Public works officials have earmarked $5 million for street repairs, but what about $15 million a year or a total $42 million?
The balance of power over the fate of the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse inched closer to the state’s developer, Leggat McCall, with two city legal opinions.