Residential Construction Remains Weak in Boston in July


Construction spending has been up and down in Chicagoland in 2014, but it bounced back in a major way in July.

Residential construction spending in the Boston area totaled $439 million in July 2014, down 1 percent from last year, according to the latest stats from McGraw Hill Construction.

Construction in the city has been down this year, maintaining a pace well below that of 2013. Year-over-year, residential construction is down 13 percent.

Curious how Boston compares with its fellow metro areas? Check out our graph below to find out:

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