Massachusetts' Goal: 10,000 Multi-Family Housing Units per Year
On November 6, Housing and Economic Development Secretary Greg Bialecki accepted a national award from the Urban Land Institute (ULI) recognizing the Commonwealth’s Housing that Work Initiative. ULI is a national leader in research and support for the creation of workforce housing. This award recognized the Patrick Administration’s leadership in pursuing a strategy to increase the supply of housing needed, and in the places needed, for its workforce. ULI also recognized the Commonwealth’s comprehensive set of policies and programs designed to encourage housing for those with a middle range of incomes.
This award also recognizes the work of the Legislature and the Commonwealth’s quasi-public agencies which support housing: MassHousing, MassDevelopment, the Massachusetts Housing Partnership, the Community Development Economic Assistance Corporation and the Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation.
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