Boston's residential-building boom is reverberating throughout the city, be it Fort Hill in Roxbury or the West End/North End borderlands or out in Brighton. The Hub's No. 1 Neighborhood is no exception. Six projects either proposed, planned or under construction are due to add an anticipated 1,300 apartments and condos to Dorchester, not to mention hundreds of hotel rooms and tons of retail. And! In keeping with one of the region's long-running meta-themes, all of these projects, including the 278-unit Hub 25 rendered above, are near public transit, particularly the Red Line.
· Transit-Oriented Development Provides Spark to Transform Dorchester [Globe]
· The Five Boston Neighborhoods Everyone Should Be Watching [Curbed Boston]
· Condo Boomlet in Fort Hill Rippling Through Roxbury [Curbed Boston]
· Greater Boston's 2014 Neighborhood of the Year: Dorchester! [Curbed Boston]