Ten downtown revitalization projects in Laurel, Georgetown, Dover and Wilmington have been selected for Delaware's Downtown Development District Program rebates, with $4.3 million in rebates leveraging $53 million in total investment, Governor John Carney and the Delaware State Housing Authority announced Monday.
Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI 1st District) and Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza will join RIHousing and nonprofit developer Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) along with supporters and residents at a ceremonial groundbreaking for renovations to take place at Oxford Place and Oxford Gardens affordable housing.
Elderly and Disabled Residents Will See Property Renovation, Extension of Affordability With $13.9 Million in Financing
MassHousing has provided $13.9 million in financing to an affiliate of the Cambridge Housing Authority. The MassHousing financing will allow the Cambridge Housing Authority to launch an extensive renovation of the Russell Apartments, a 52-unit affordable housing community serving low-income senior citizens and disabled residents.
John Weeda, who retired in 2017 as director of North Dakota Plant Operations for Great River Energy, has been selected to serve as the director of the North Dakota Transmission Authority by the North Dakota Industrial Commission (NDIC) as of Feb. 14.
Governor Charlie Baker has appointed Patricia A. McArdle, Esq., to the MassHousing Board of Directors. Ms. McArdle, an attorney, heads the Law Office of Patricia A. McArdle and Associates, PC, in Mattapoisett.
MassHousing Closes $10.6 Million in Financing to Preserve Affordability and Make Extensive Property Improvements
MassHousing has closed on $10.6 million in financing to the East Boston Community Development Corporation (EBCDC) for the acquisition, renovation and preservation of 111-unit scattered-site Landfall Community Associates properties in East Boston.
Several District Government agencies have closed a financing deal that will preserve 220 affordable housing units in the long vacant Parkway Overlook Apartments in the Ward 8 neighborhood of Congress Heights.
A solar rooftop for a grocery store in south Kitsap, energy improvements for a new addiction-treatment facility in Seattle, and a biodigester on Vashon Island are the latest projects to be financed through the Sustainable Energy Trust (SET).
Low-Income Seniors Living in Boston Will See Extension of Affordability, Property Improvements, With $135.5 Million in Financing
MassHousing has provided a total of $135.5 million in financing to an affiliate of the non-profit Retirement Housing Foundation (RHF), to enable RHF to launch a major renovation of the 404-unit Symphony Plaza in Boston, and extend affordability at the property for at least 30 years.
Worcester Housing Community to Undergo Renovations, Extension of Affordability for Low-Income Households With $16.4 Million
MassHousing has closed on $16.4 million in affordable housing financing to the WinnCompanies, for the rehabilitation and long-term preservation of the historic 180-unit Wellington Community in Worcester.