Last week, the Boston Redevelopment Authority approved over $490 million in new development that will provide almost 800 housing units and create 770 construction jobs throughout Boston. Better yet, they add to the list of Boston’s recent wins in green and sustainable development patterns. Article 37 requires that all large-scale projects in Boston meet the US Green Building Council’s LEED certification standards. This innovative planning will add to Boston’s green efforts and put us one step closer to our climate goals. Here are the green highlights: Green roofs and open space in Fenway Point Samuels & Associates continues to transform the


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