Friday, January 22, 2021

Still-rising New Hampshire mega-center molds itself for life after COVID-19

In the third quarter of 2019, Boston’s apartment vacancy rate was zero. One year later, it was nearly 5%. September unemployment rolls in New England’s premier market listed the names of 306,000 more workers than it did in February and the town’s 9.8% unemployment rate was three times higher than it was before the pandemic. . . more