Boston students are moving into neighborhoods that aren’t necessarily meant for them.
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Tremont Crossing is a proposed multimillion-dollar development project in Roxbury that would include residential, retail, art and office space.
Poor communication and a large student population are two key contributors to Boston’s growing gentrification problem, according to a group of panelists at a Northeastern University (NU) discussion event held on Sept. 21.
An independent researcher at a community meeting last Thursday outlined her plans for a housing impact study in the neighborhoods around the Northeastern campus.
Local residents, city officials and Northeastern administrators discussed the university’s next Institutional Master Plan (IMP) on Tuesday, touching on how the school plans to benefit the community and manage problems related to off-campus living.
Common subjects of controversy like off-campus student living and Northeastern’s commitment to neighboring communities were rehashed at a Community Task Force meeting Monday as the university continues the process of finishing its next Institutional Master Plan (IMP).
Little progress was made on Northeastern’s Institutional Master Plan (IMP) at the most recent Community Task Force meeting, as some community members loudly opposed the university’s plan to focus on constructing academic buildings over the next five years in favor of a plan that would center around more residence halls.