Old Colony Phase 3A, South Boston: $66.1 million to
Beacon Communities will advance the redevelopment of obsolete public housing at the Anne M. Lynch Homes at Old Colony. Phase 3 includes the replacement of four distressed buildings with two new buildings containing 135 affordable homes.
Holyoke Farms, Holyoke: $22.7 million in MassHousing financing to
Maloney Properties will support extensive rehabilitation, construction of 12 new units and an extension of affordability for 50 years for the 229-unit development.
Harold and Ronald Brown Family House, Brookline: $5.5 million to
2Life Communities will support the development of a new, 62-unit mixed-income, service-rich rental property for older adults in Brookline.
Arthur O'Shea House, Brookline: The Brookline Housing Authority will use $25 million in MassHousing financing to complete extensive renovations and extend affordability at this 100-unit development for lower-income seniors and residents with disabilities.
Trade Fair Will Connect Diverse Businesses in Western Mass. with Opportunity
Registration is now open for MassHousing's 11th Annual Western Mass. Business Engagement & Inclusion Trade Fair, which will be held Thursday, December 12 in West Springfield.
TAP Programs Benefit Multifamily Residents, Staff and Owners
Multifamily communities across Massachusetts can provide their residents and staff with dynamic programming, professional development opportunities and supportive resources by joining
TAP, MassHousing's Tenant Assistance Program.
With the help of down payment assistance and a mortgage loan from MassHousing, Candace Sini and her husband purchased their first home in Baldwinville (a village of Templeton in Worcester County) in 2019.