Category: Deconcentration

Always wary: Part 1, What we choose not to see today

20 October, 2015 (10:00) | Apartments, Boston, Chelsea, Communities, Corruption, Deconcentration, HOPE VI, Housing, Income mixing, Informality, Innovations, Neighborhood, Poverty, Public housing, RAD, Redevelopment, US News |

By: David A. Smith When most of the promises you have heard in your life have not been kept; when most of the grand vision of shining futures have dissolved into nothing; when strangers come offering help and then go without delivering it, then you are justified in being wary. Sources used in this post […]