High prices, years-long waitlists: Massachusetts needs more senior housing

2Life in the News | Boston Globe | High Prices, years-long waitlists: Massachusetts needs more senior housing

“In an inventory-starved market, the graying population faces some of the steepest hurdles in the country to secure an affordable place,” writes Matt Stout in a new Boston Globe article featuring 2Life Communities. “So dire is the situation, some argue, seniors should be prioritized in the state’s response to the wider-ranging housing crisis.”

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