POUA In the News
Posts from April 2010
Hub Mayor Awards City’s Greenest Businesses
April 2010 - Four residential and 14 business leaders were chosen for Boston's 2010 Green Awards this morning at a ceremony in the city's Prudential Center.
Haverhill Housing Lottery Slated For May
April 2010 - A lottery will be held next month for 48 mixed-income housing units at The Hayes at Railroad Square in Haverhill.
Closed Churches Get New Uses
April 2010 - This 2009 file photo shows construction to convert the former St. Aidan Church in Brookline, Mass., and an adjacent building into 59 units of mixed-income housing. It is also the former parish church of the Kennedy family and the church where John F. Kennedy was baptized.
Preserving the new, welcoming the old
April 2010 - The third major factory-to-housing development in the shadow of the downtown train station is nearly ready to open its doors. Hayes at Railroad Square will welcome its first tenants in mid-August, said William Grogan, Chief Operating Officer for the Planning Office of Urban Affairs.
Archdiocese’s downtown housing opens in August
April 2010 - The third major factory-to-housing development in the shadow of the downtown train station is nearly ready to open its doors.