Boston auctions off city land for net-zero housing development

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The city has already awarded three vacant city-owned sites on streets lined with old-line two- and three-family homes in the Roxbury and Jamaica Plain neighborhoods to teams of developers and architects.

June 03, 2013

Boston officials are auctioning off excess land for developers to build net-zero energy homes. The city has already awarded three vacant city-owned sites on streets lined with old-line two- and three-family homes in the Roxbury and Jamaica Plain neighborhoods to teams of developers and architects.

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