On October 31st, a lottery was conducted for future residents of The Union at 48 Boylston. The project will provide 26 units for people who are currently homeless or have been homeless, and twenty units for residents with incomes at or below $43,440.
Congratulations to the Red Sox on their World Series win! POUA were excited to visit the World Series trophy over at City Hall.
Urban Land Institute awarded POUA and Greater Haverhill Foundation's development, Harbor Place, with a Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Award at its annual Fall Meeting October 8-11th at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. The awards ceremony was incorporated into a General Session on October 9th which featured Governor Charlie Baker, Mayor Marty Walsh, and Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash, as well as ULI Chairman, Ron Terwilliger. The awards rated projects according to their affordability, innovative financing and building technologies, proximity to employment centers and transportation hubs, quality of design, involvement of public/private partnerships, and replicability of the developments. For full press release, click here. Continue Reading
Bethany Apartments, 37 units of mixed-income housing on the grounds of the Cardinal Cushing Centers community, in Hanover, is fully leased! (video courtesy of Peabody Properties).