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Posts from May 2004

Archdiocesan Development to Feature 40 Apartments

May 2004 - Construction has started on the Riley House Apartments, a 40-unit elderly housing complex in Boston that is being developed by the Archdiocese of Boston's Planning Office for Urban Affairs.

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The work begins

May 2004 - Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, Archbishop Sean O'Malley and Most Precious Blood pastor Peter Nolan participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for the Riley House Apartments Tuesday. The assisted living senior housing building will take the place of the Most Precious Blood convent.

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Riley House construction to commence next week

May 2004 - Archbishop Sean O'Malley and Mayor Thomas Menino will be on hand on Maple Street this Tuesday at 11 a.m., for a ground breaking ceremony marking the start of construction of the Riley House, a 40-unit affordable elderly housing complex on the site of the former Most Precious Blood church convent.

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