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A short-term rental bylaw will go before Great Barrington voters at annual town meeting June 6. Residents are giving it mixed reviews.
Late last month, Louison House received $500,000 in funding to renovate a property on Bracewell Ave. to house homeless youth.
The number of people who are chronically homeless in western Massachusetts more than doubled from 2021 to 2022.
A neighborhood in Missoula, Mont. in April. A chronic supply shortage has contributed to a competitive housing market for buyers.
A neighborhood in Richmond, Va. last March. Supply chain problems are raising the cost of materials, which can blunt the appeal of homes in ne…
High inflation often translates to high anxiety, which is why many Americans are striving to lock in the cost of one of their most basic, most…
NORTH ADAMS — The proposal on short-term rentals is going back to the city for changes.
Amid a desperate need for new apartments, Great Barrington appears to be in luck. A new developer swoops in to convert a former nursing home into housing. And he won't even have to go through permitting.
Do almost all Great Barrington Select Board members have a conflict of interest because they own property? A vote on the short-term rental bylaw is on hold until the state can help sort out the potential conflicts.
The Dudley family paid $221,000 for a place in Roxbury, N.Y. and continue to rent in Brooklyn, splitting time between both homes.