News Archive

  • Investors Mine For Profits In Affordable Housing, ...
    WBUR / Apr 29, 2021

    Charles Clark moved to Boston’s South End when he was a young musician, just getting by. Forty years later, he lives in the same historic brownstone, even as rising wealth has pushed many people out of the neighborho...

  • Aging in community
    The Boston Globe / Apr 26, 2021

    With a supportive housing and senior care ecosystem and experienced leadership, Massachusetts can serve as a beacon for the nation. When it comes to aging well, where we live — and how and with whom — has an o...

  • Construction is Underway at Bartlett Station in Ro...
    Boston Real Estate Times / Apr 12, 2021

    Construction has commenced on 60 new, mixed-income apartment homes at Bartlett Station in Roxbury, which will conclude the first phase of the five-phase redevelopment of the former MBTA Bartlett Bus Yard in Nubian Sq...

  • Baker-Polito Administration Awards Funding, Vouche...
    Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development, Housing and Community Development, Office of Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito / Mar 31, 2021

    Today, Governor Charlie Baker, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, and Housing and Economic Development Secretary Mike Kennealy joined House Speaker Ronald Mariano, Quincy Mayor Tom Koch, Senator John Keenan, and advocates...

  • State to give new Father Bill’s project in Q...
    The Patriot Ledger / Mar 31, 2021

    The state has vowed to chip in $4.2 million toward the planned new Father Bill's & MainSpring facility for the homeless in Quincy. Gov. Charlie Baker announced the funding Wednesday after touring Father Bill's and...

  • Community Development Corporation of South Berkshi...
    The Berkshire Edge / Mar 22, 2021

    The Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Housing and Economic Development Secretary Mike Kennealy and Housing and Community Development Undersecretary Jennifer Maddox recently announced the Community Development Corporation...

  • MassHousing Closes on $5.5 Million in Financ...
    Boston Real Estate Times / Mar 15, 2021

    BOSTON– MassHousing has closed on a total of $5.5 million in affordable and workforce housing financing to the non-profit The Neighborhood Developers, Inc. (TND), to tr...

  • Underutilized hotels can help curtail homelessness
    The Boston Globe / Feb 25, 2021

    COVID-19 has exposed the flaws in our society’s response to homelessness. When the highly contagious novel coronavirus was spreading across the country early last year, emergency shelters were packed to capacity with...

  • Housing, health care for seniors will rise on site...
    The Boston Globe / Feb 19, 2021

    The site of the former St. Therese church in Everett will soon see new life as a mixed-use development focused on the housing and health care needs of local seniors. The Neighborhood Developers recently began construc...

  • Arch Communities and WinnDevelopment Begin Constru...
    Boston Real Estate Times / Feb 11, 2021

    Arch Communities and WinnDevelopment announced that construction is underway on a $25.7 million adaptive reuse project to transform a 104-year-old school building in Southbridge, MA, into 62 apartments for seniors age 55...

  • Arch Communities and WinnDevelopment Begin Constru...
    WinnCompanies / Feb 11, 2021

    Arch Communities and WinnDevelopment, the award-winning multifamily housing developer within WinnCompanies, today announced that construction is underway on a $25.7 million adaptive reuse project to transform a 104-year...

  • The Clarion Opens and Includes New Home for Future...
    City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development / Jan 13, 2021

    Mayor Martin J. Walsh, developer The Community Builders (TCB) and non-profit Future Chef’s today announced the opening of The Clarion, a mixed-income, mixed-use housing development in Grove Hall. This residence consist...