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Elizabeth Warren's Rent; Boston Youngest U.S. City; And More!

CAMBRIDGE—Likely Senate nominee Elizabeth Warren commands above-average rents for her house, according to a personal financial disclosure filed recently: "Warren said her home near Harvard Square in Cambridge, Mass., is worth between $1 million and $5 million. She rented it out for a few months while she was working in Washington, earning between $5,000 and $15,000." [AP]
HYDE PARK—The Menino administration is touting a rezoning of the neighborhood: "Hyde Park’s new zoning will strengthen the Logan and Cleary Square commercial districts while preserving the existing character of the residential areas and protecting the industrial uses in the neighborhood to preserve jobs and help those businesses thrive." [BRA]
BOSTON—We must have a painting in the attic that looks really old then: "According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Boston’s population grew 4.8% in the last decade, the highest in the nation. Our population has reached 617,594 residents, and one in three Bostonians is between the ages of 20 and 34, making it the youngest city in the country." [BRA]

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