An Assessment of Boston’s Housing Cooperatives
This report studies Boston’s existing housing co-ops and offers recommendations based on interviews with co-op members themselves. An Assessment of Boston Housing Co-ops is the first report of its kind and is an opportunity for future policy supporting co-ops to be informed and led by the people who know them best: co-op residents.
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