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The Boston Marriott Hotel is located on Boston Harbor at the historic Long Wharf near Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market, the museums & the Boston Garden. Choose from 397 rooms & 15 Suites with luxurious bedding, internet, cable TV with HBO, wet bar, indoor pool & whirlpool.
Allston is a neighborhood of Boston Massachusetts. According to census figures over half of the population of Allston is aged 20-34 which is a clear indication of the strong college student presence. Nearby you will find Boston University, Boston College, MIT and Harvard University.
Allston MA is the only locale in the United States named for an artist - Washington Allston. The many musicians and music venues have given rise to the nicknames "Allston Rock City" and "Rock and Roll Allston".
The busiest part of the neighborhood is the stretch of Harvard Avenue between Commonwealth Avenue and Cambridge Street. It is here you will find many shops, bars and restaurants.
Homeownership in the new Millenium: What it means for us and our neighborhoods? We invite you to join us for our Annual Meeting to hear from Dr. Chris Herbert, the Managing Director of the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard, as he discussed the Future of Homeownership in an Urban Context. There will be pre-meeting networking form 6 - 6:30pm and a Q&A with Chris following his presentation. † We look forward to you all joining the conversation! Limited parking is available. †Accessible by public transportation by MBTA bus 64, 66, 70, 70A or 86 Chris has extensive experience researching hosuing policy and urban development with a particular focus on homeownership, including his most recent publication,†Homeownership Built to Last: †Balancing Access, Affordability, and Risk After the Housing Crisis. †His research narrows in on the econimvi and demographic dimensions of homeownership. †Chris has a unique ability to link the brick and mortar concerns of businesses and communities with insights into how housing policy is shaped by economic and demographic trends.
When: Jun 2, 2015 6 PM in Allston, Massachusetts (Tue, 02 Jun 2015 18 )
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