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May

6

2010

MHP commits over $2.7 million to finance 103 units

BOSTON, May 6, 2010--- The Massachusetts Housing Partnership (MHP) recently committed over $2.7 million in permanent rental financing to help the Urban Edge Housing Corporation and WinnDevelopment LLC substantially rehabilitate 103 units of affordable rental housing in the neighborhoods of Dorchester, Roxbury, and Jamaica Plain.

May

6

2010

MHP commits over $2.7 million to finance 103 units

BOSTON, May 6, 2010--- The Massachusetts Housing Partnership (MHP) recently committed over $2.7 million in permanent rental financing to help the Urban Edge Housing Corporation and WinnDevelopment LLC substantially rehabilitate 103 units of affordable rental housing in the neighborhoods of Dorchester, Roxbury, and Jamaica Plain.

April

26

2010

Sharon: Wilber School transformed into 75 downtown apartments

MHP uses its bank-funded loan pool to provide long-term financing

SHARON, April 26, 2010 --- During the grand opening of the Wilber School Apartments, townspeople could be heard admiring the building's transformation while remembering what teachers taught in which room and how much time they spent in the principal's office.

April

26

2010

Sharon: Wilber School transformed into 75 downtown apartments

MHP uses its bank-funded loan pool to provide long-term financing

SHARON, April 26, 2010 --- During the grand opening of the Wilber School Apartments, townspeople could be heard admiring the building's transformation while remembering what teachers taught in which room and how much time they spent in the principal's office.

March

30

2010

MHP's receivership support helps turn around apartment building

Springfield mayor salutes Belmont Ave. success, pledges more funds for distressed properties

SPRINGFIELD, March, 30, 2010 --- City and state officials recently celebrated the turnaround of the 30 Belmont Avenue apartment complex as part an innovative program that uses court-appointed receivers, public grants and private funds to stabilize and rehabilitate the distressed properties where tenants are currently living.