Development in Boston is booming. As city officials approve new units by the thousands, it’s critical that developers collaborate closely with community groups and residents to gain valuable insights on the fabric of the community. This leads to housing that serves the needs to existing residents while attracting new ones.
In the Dorchester Reporter, I explain how WinnCompanies’ “residents first” philosophy has served Boston’s largest neighborhood well over the last 20 years:
“As Boston embarks on its ambitious housing plan, it is more important than ever to include residents and community organizations at the table alongside the city and developers. With their input and direct participation in outcomes, developments can continue to have a profound impact on the community that will be grounded in broad community support and engagement to ensure long-term quality homes and services.”