You read a lot about how the city of Boston is truly leading the state when it comes to building new housing, with literally thousands of new units either being constructed or currently in the planning pipeline.
You can’t say the same about other communities across the state.
But you have to hand it to Somerville: It’s doing its part to relieve the housing crisis.
The latest example: Berkeley Investments’s plan to build a new 34-unit apartment building/complex at 625 McGrath Highway. Its a modest number of units, sure, but it’s just one of many projects approved by Somerville in recent years.
File under: More housing construction, please