News Archive

  • Baker-Polito Administration Announces $20 Million ...
    Mass.gov / Mar 28, 2017

    BOSTON – Today the Baker-Polito Administration announced a total of $20 million in awards to seven affordable housing projects in Massachusetts, to support the creation and preservation of 177 supportive housing units...

  • State funding paves way for homeless veterans hous...
    The Enterprise / Mar 28, 2017

    The state approved $3.1 million in funding Tuesday for the second phase of Father Bill's & MainSpring's Montello Welcome Home project. BROCKTON – The state provided funding Tuesday that paves the way for permane...

  • Boston strives to preserve affordable housing
    SAMPAN News / Mar 24, 2017

    Although Boston has demonstrated a strong commitment to affordable housing, with 52,800 subsidized units to help house its low- and moderate-income residents, these critically important assets can become at risk. Boston...

  • Jackson Square’s Master Plan Comes To Life
    Banker & Tradesman / Mar 19, 2017

    Since the beginning of the new year, the Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC) has invested more than $1.1 million in efforts by the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation (JPNDC) to r...

  • Public-Private Partnerships Form To Create Support...
    Banker & Tradesman / Feb 12, 2017

    Several new developments providing supportive housing to homeless veterans in Massachusetts have recently opened their doors. The commonwealth remains a leader in providing resources to the men and women who have served ...

  • Video: Communities Built for Children
    Eye on Early Education / Feb 07, 2017

    [embed]https://eyeonearlyeducation.com/2017/02/07/video-communities-built-for-children/[/embed] What makes communities strong? “For many families a good place to live is a community that provides for the safety a...

  • Northampton receives funding for affordable housin...
    Jan 10, 2017

    NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) – The Baker administration announced on Tuesday millions of dollars in funding for an affordable housing complex in Northampton. The project is planned for the former Northampton Lumber Yard p...

  • ‘Lumberyard’ affordable housing in Nor...
    MassLive / Jan 10, 2017

    The Lumberyard Apartments -- a 70,000-square-foot affordable housing project planned at 265 Pleasant St. -- will move forward with a $5 million investment from the state. The Baker administration announced Tuesday tha...

  • AT HOME IN NORTHAMPTON: Nonprofit Developers Tackl...
    Banker & Tradesman / Dec 25, 2016

    The nonprofit housing development community is playing an increasingly prominent role in revitalizing neighborhoods throughout the commonwealth that have gone through years of neglect and disinvestment. In some cities, t...

  • Openings, closings, and more in the south suburbs
    The Boston Globe / Dec 16, 2016

    The first residents of a renovated apartment building for homeless veterans on the campus of the VA Medical Center in Brockton moved in earlier this month. Rent for the 14 single-occupancy apartments at Howard House w...

  • 88 Hudson revitalizes Chinatown with more affordab...
    Sampan / Dec 16, 2016

    Asian Community Development Corporation (ACDC), a 29-year-old nonprofit developer in Boston, is proud to create more affordable homes for working families at 88 Hudson Street in Chinatown. The project will create 51 cond...

  • $20M Chinatown Project Will Add 51 Affordable Hous...
    Banker & Tradesman / Dec 14, 2016

    A 51-unit condo complex in Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood will create new housing options for families earning 60 to 100 percent of the area median income. Boston-based Asian Community Development Corp. (ACDC) is l...