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Urban Edge is committed to developing and sustaining stable, healthy & diverse communities in Jamaica Plain, Roxbury & surrounding neighborhoods in Boston, MA.
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Plastic bags pollute our streets, waterways, and our coast. That’s why the City of Boston passed the Plastic Bag Reduction Ordinance, which starts Friday, December 14th. Learn more at
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City of Boston Office of Food Access Dec 7
The Boston Food Access Council is a network of local leaders addressing food insecurity & related issues in Boston! Our goal is to create a unified, strategic plan to help City residents get access to the food they need & want. Join us on Dec 13, 6-8pm.
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Urban Edge Boston Dec 6
Our Community Engagement Officer Stephanie, had the opportunity to attend the Massachusetts Conference for Women! on behalf of
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Briana Curran Dec 3
recently provided a grant to for their Jackson Sq affordable housing work. Thanks to them for all they do in Boston.
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Urban Edge Boston Dec 3
Thank you for your support!
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massnonprofit news Dec 3
Urban Edge Gets $175K for Housing Redevelopment Effort
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Urban Edge Boston Dec 3
Thank you Louis Marcus from for helping us with last weekends First-Time Homebuyer Class. Because of our partnership, more families will achieve the dream of homeownership.
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Urban Edge Boston Dec 3
Last week some of our residents at the Theroch Apartments participated in making ornaments and decorations
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Urban Edge Boston Nov 30
Tomorrow, we'll be joined by Louis Marcus from Citizens Bank, who will help educate potential homeowners on mortgages and the lending process. Thanks for the great partnership !
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Webster Bank Nov 30
We’re proud to provide Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) grants to 13 nonprofits in Greater Boston that share our core values of serving and strengthening the communities where we live and work.
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Urban Edge Boston Nov 28
Dorchester Senior Girl Scout and resident of ours Nikayla Martin, was selected to help open the Becoming book tour at the TD Garden this past weekend. Congrats Nikayla!
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City of Boston Nov 20
Plastic bags outlive their use, and us. On December 14, Boston is joining the movement to switch to reusable bags. Learn how that will impact you at
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Urban Edge Boston Nov 20
The turkey's are here! Don't miss out on our annual Turkey Tuesday happening today from 4 pm - 6 pm.
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Mayor Marty Walsh Nov 16
Next month, Boston will join hundreds of cities and countries around the world in transitioning away from single-use plastic bags in favor of paper bags, compostable bags, and reusable bags.
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APA-MA Nov 17
Check out the latest job postings from our planning partners around the MA!
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Urban Edge Boston Nov 16
Thank you for helping us this week with our Credit Counseling Boot camp, and for giving us some goodies! Because of our partnership, more families will achieve the dream of homeownership.
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MassDevelopment Nov 15
In , MassDev bond helps preserve nearly 100 units of
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Urban Edge Boston Nov 14
We had a successful Potluck today with our Urban Edge family!
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Urban Edge Boston Nov 8
Last night we had a great turnout at the Mildred C. Hailey redevelopment meeting. The design team showed residents draft site plans and residents shared their feedback. There will be more opportunities for residents to share their thoughts and be part of this exciting process!
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Urban Edge Boston Nov 7
For 47 units, more than 3,000 households applied for the Walker Park lottery. We need affordable housing in the area which is why we will continue advocate for it and get it built!
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