POUA In the News
Posts from June 2008
Long-awaited day at St. Aidan’s site
June 2008 - Seven years after it was first proposed, and six months later than the most recent estimate, the latest incarnation of St. Aidan's celebrated its official groundbreaking May 28.
Project to Convert Brookline Church to Housing Breaks Ground
June 2008 - Closed nearly 10 years ago, former St. Aidan Parish will soon be the site of 59 units of mixed-income housing. Once completed, the project will provide 20 affordable rental units and 16 first-time homebuyer units.
Politicians and cardinal break ground at St. Aidan’s
June 2008 - A triumphant group of politicians and church officials broke ground on the long-awaited St. Aidan's project last Wednesday, capping off a six-year fight with neighbors and critics over historical, environmental and legal concerns.
Officials Celebrate Construction at Former Church
June 2008 - Cardinal Sean Patrick O'Malley, Congressman Barney Frank, and state and local officials gathered last week to celebrate the construction of 59 mixed-income units at the former St. Aidan's Church in Brookline.