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Brockton champions its downtown BROCKTON --- Oft referred to as the "City of Champions" for its high school sports teams and world champion boxers Rocky Marciano and Marvin Hagler, the city is now hopeful that a mixed-income housing development is the first step toward putting its downtown back up on that pedestal.
Gov. Baker praises neighborhood transformation in Springfield SPRINGFIELD, Nov. 16, 2015 --- The transformation of the notorious "Hollywood" section into an attractive, safer residential neighborhood was formally recognized recently as Gov. Charlie Baker came to the city to celebrate the grand opening of Outing Park and nearby Concord Heights.
Upham's Crossing resident grateful
Affordable apartment represents new start for mom, daughterBOSTON ---With Mayor Marty Walsh and Cardinal Sean O'Malley looking on, Christine Wright took the podium and delivered an impassioned speech, recalling the day when she took stock of her life, looked at her daughter and decided, "you deserve a good mom."
Beacon gets award for Ames Shovel WASHINGTON, D.C., Nov. 6, 2015 --- Beacon Communities received national recognition this week for its historic preservation of the historic Ames Shovel Works factory site in North Easton, MA.
Mayor's 'Fenway' to become housing SOMERVILLE, Oct. 7, 2015 --- After talking about what Somerville Community Corporation's latest development will mean for Union Square, Mayor Joseph Curtatone went off script for a moment to recall some of the happiest days of his life on this very site.
Falmouth celebrates Murray, 1st affordable housing in Woods Hole FALMOUTH, Sept. 23, 2015 --- The grand opening of Notantico Woods was not just an opportunity to celebrate the first affordable housing development ever built in the village of Woods Hole, but also a chance to remember the legacy of Bob Murray, who created and preserved scores of affordable homes as executive director of the Falmouth Housing Corporation (FHC) before passing away in 2013.
MHP expands relationship with Fannie Mae
Fixed and variable rate products, forward rate locks give borrowers more optionsBOSTON, Sept. 10, 2015 --- To increase its ability to help borrowers create and preserve affordable rental housing, the Massachusetts Housing Partnership (MHP) announced today that it has expanded its relationship with Fannie Mae and is now offering Fannie Mae's full suite of multifamily affordable financing programs.
Workzone cam tracks apartment construction in Mission Hill BOSTON, Aug. 26, 2015 --- If you want to see how an apartment building goes up in real time, check out the workzone construction cam set up by Consigli Construction to track the progress of the Mosaic, an 11-story, 145-unit mixed-income development in Mission Hill in the heart of the Longwood Medical Area.
MHP's Nancy McCafferty honored with "2015 Women of FIRE" award BOSTON, June 30, 2015 ---- MHP Senior Loan Officer Nancy McCafferty was recently selected as a "Women of FIRE" award winner by Banker & Tradesman. Nancy will be one of 15 honored at an awards luncheon at the Courtyard Marriott Boston on July 28.
Revere celebrates grand opening of 30 new apartments REVERE, May 13, 2015 --- At the grand opening of 30 new affordable apartments, Mayor Dan Rizzo left no doubt about his belief that his city needs housing like this. "There were 2,000 applications for 30 units," said the mayor. "For those who don't think there's a housing crisis, think again."