The Planning Board is poised to approve a 280-unit Kendall Square residential project Tuesday, after years of delay and uncertainty. But affordable housing advocates have questions, if not demands.
The Cambridge Housing Authority is offering help to a small number of the 9,500 applicants on a frozen waiting list for public housing.
The Cambridge Redevelopment Authority hosts a public forum at 6 p.m. Thursday to discuss a proposed amendment to the Kendall Square Urban Renewal Plan that follows the recommendations of the K2 Planning Study.
A building permit has been issued for the Belmont Uplands, allowing construction to begin on a $70 million, 299-unit apartment complex amid the 15-acre wilderness area known as the Silver Maple Forest.
On paper, anyway, Cambridge needs to put up as few as 3,100 (and as many as 6,200) more units of housing, according to data from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council.
An analysis by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council says the region needs more than 400,000 new housing units – including 8,500 in Cambridge – to meet expected demand in the coming 15 years.
The crafter of a petition against a proposed Massachusetts Avenue wine bar has been summoned to court on charges of forgery – but what would be the point?
Long-simmering anger at the owners of the decrepit Vail Court apartments boiled over Monday at a meeting where city councillors moved to shut down a commercial parking lot they called likely illegal and potentially dangerous.
If there’s anything that makes trudging through more snow sound worth it, it’s a free dessert buffet. But the offer of a table full of mystery desserts isn’t all that’s coming Monday.
Members of the public visiting the “Breaking Ground” art exhibit Feb. 19 to March 22 are bound to be a little distracted by the walls holding up the art.