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Developers have drilled down to the nub of Mayor Marty Walsh's plan to build 53,000 new units of Boston housing in the next decade and a half: the cost. "Ted Tye, managing partner at National Development, which is developing the Ink Block residences in the South End, said offering city-owned land and tax credits, easing zoning, and reducing labor costs would go a long way to making Walsh's goals achievable." [Herald]

The Ink Block

Harrison Avenue and Herald Street, boston, Ma