Housing Advisory: SJC Rules That Chapter 40B Allows Commercial Use within an Affordable Housing Development

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Affirming the “flexibility” that the legislature built in to Chapter 40B, the Supreme Judicial Court has ruled that a comprehensive permit can authorize not only housing, but in the some cases “incidental commercial uses” in a housing development.

For further information, please see this Mintz Levin Housing Advisory.

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