Emma de Goede

Emma de Goede is a senior at Wellesley College. She is an intern with the Program on Inequality and the Common Good at the Institute for Policy Studies.

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City officials are failing to understand how such towers play a key role in the global hidden wealth infrastructure, a shadowy system that’s hiding wealth and masking ownership, all for the purpose of helping the holders of private fortunes avoid taxes and oversight of illicit activities. (Photo: Screenshot) Views
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Towering Excess: The Perils of the Luxury Real Estate Boom for Bostonians
Boston is experiencing a luxury real estate boom, with thousands of new luxury residential and rental units in different stages of development. A decade from now, Boston’s skyline and population demographics will be fundamentally altered by decisions being made today. This boom does have benefits,...
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