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ICYMI: Our Recap of the Imagine Boston 2030 Forum at Boston College

04/21/16
On March 30, we teamed up with Boston College to present the Imagine Boston 2030 Forum: “Making Choices for a Growing City.” To share the conversation with as many viewers as possible, we live-streamed the event on Periscope, took over Only in BOS’s Snapchat handle,...
 
 

Guest blog post: Boston College’s Neil McCullagh weighs in on the importance of public discourse in Guiding Growth

03/28/16
When the Corcoran Center for Real Estate and Urban Action develops programs for Boston College undergraduates, we seek opportunities that expose students to real world issues, that make students think about how other people feel, and that encourage students to participate and reflect on their...
 
 

Our recent local media coverage highlights issues that matter to Bostonians

03/25/16
Since we began engaging with the community last fall, we’ve been busy meeting with and hearing from Bostonians in every neighborhood about the issues important to them as they envision the future of Boston. Recently, we released Guiding Growth: Towards an Inclusive City, which delved...
 
 

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