Trump tax plan, not even on drawing board, is already roiling rental housing

By Andrea Riquier | MarketWatch

The story has been corrected to fix the number of housing units enabled by the low income housing tax credit and the cost of the A.O. Flats housing project.

The housing development known as A.O. Flats, announced in March 2016, was hailed as exactly what Boston needed: affordable rental homes in a mixed-use building, just steps from a transit station. It would mean 78 middle-class families and residents – nurses, teachers, service workers – could afford to rent in Jamaica Plain, one of the city’s most sought-after neighborhoods, an area where 2-bedroom apartments are renting for about $2,000 per month, according to Zillow.

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