Applications are now open for the lottery for Bethany Apartments, 37 units of mixed-income housing on the grounds of the Cardinal Cushing Centers community. The deadline to take part in the lottery is January 19th, 2018. For more information, click here.
The Massachusetts Historical Commission honored POUA’s Winter Street Apartments in Haverhill on November 2nd at the 29th Annual Preservation Awards ceremony. The project was recognized for its adaptive reuse and historic preservation. (Photo courtesy of MHC, pictured: Steven Regal and Becky Carpentier, The Architectural Team; Secretary William Galvin; Leslie Donovan, Tremont Preservation; David Aiken, Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc.
POUA recently held a ribbon cutting in Haverhill for Harbor Place, which includes 80 units of mixed-income housing, a 5-story commercial building, a new public plaza, and a grand boardwalk that allows pedestrian access to the Merrimack River from the downtown for the first time in over 80 years. The commercial building houses HC Media, the University of Massachusetts Lowell, Pentucket Bank’s corporate headquarters, and office space for rent at the penthouse level. The Planning Office and its partner on Harbor Place, The Greater Haverhill Foundation, were joined by Cardinal Seán P. O’Malley O.F.M. Cap., Secretary Jay Ash of the Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development, Mayor James Fiorentini, and Brian S. Dempsey, Former Chair of House Committee on Ways and Means. Click here to watch video from the event.
POUA recently celebrated the groundbreaking of Bethany Apartments on the grounds of the Cardinal Cushing Centers Community in Hanover, along with Cardinal Seán O'Malley and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito. The development converts a former dormitory building into 37 units of mixed-income housing, serving a range of residents, from low-income households with special needs to moderate-income families.