The year ahead promises to be a busy one in the Boston area—in some neighborhoods more than others—with major developments and redevelopments planned or about to get significantly underway.
There are myriad transportation changes in the immediate offing, too, and various cities and towns are undertaking a massive effort to build more housing across the region.
Then there are streetscape alterations and zoning tweaks (and more zoning tweaks). Never mind that the rental market is likely to get even more expensive and the sales market less so.
All of this leads to our latest open thread, our last one of 2018, in fact: Which trends, changes, or developments are you most looking for to next year? Sound off in the comments section below.
- 7 neighborhoods in the Boston area that everyone should be watching [Curbed Boston]
- Boston developments to watch in 2019: 11 key ones, mapped [Curbed Boston]
- 10 Boston transportation changes that should give commuters hope [Curbed Boston]
- Boston’s best idea of 2018: Build new homes, and lots of ‘em! [Curbed Boston]
- Somerville zoning could see biggest changes since 1990 [Curbed Boston]
- Downtown Boston master zoning plan to prioritize transit, affordable housing, open space [Curbed Boston]
- Boston sidewalk repairs to focus on previously underserved neighborhoods [Curbed Boston]
- Boston real estate predictions for 2019: Slower sales, higher rents, and development galore [Curbed Boston]