News Archive

  • Quincy Affordable Housing Community Purchased
    Banker & Tradesman / Nov 06, 2018

    The Asian Community Development Corp. (ACDC) of Greater Boston has purchased Martensen Village, a 12-unit affordable housing community in Quincy. The Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) a...

  • Small town Goshen thinks big, shows what will and ...
    MHP News / Sep 28, 2018

     In celebrating the grand opening of 10 affordable apartments for seniors, the Town of Goshen demonstrated what can be done when residents have initiative and local money they can use for housing. That’s the point lo...

  • One Gurney Street Holds Grand Opening
    Boston Real Estate Times / Sep 24, 2018

    Boston Mayor Martin J. Wash on Saturday joined Mission Hill Neighborhood Housing Services (MHNHS), elected officials and residents to celebrate the grand opening of One Gurney Street. This once vacant property is now ...

  • Affordable Housing Next Frontier in Health Care
    Banker & Tradesman / Sep 23, 2018

    Affordable Housing Next Frontier in Health Care New Programs, Partnerships and Funding Prioritize Health Improvements By Roger Herzog and Sara Barcan Special to Banker & Tradesman Affordable housing is th...

  • Horizons for Homeless Children and WaterMark Devel...
    Horizons for Homeless Children / Sep 21, 2018

    State-of-the-Art building will provide critical social and early education services to homeless children and their families Roxbury, MA – September 21, 2018 – Horizons for Homeless Children, a nonprofit org...

  • Educare Springfield: Early education takes a giant...
    Eye on Early Education / Sep 19, 2018

    On Monday, civic partners gathered in the city of Springfield and broke ground on what will be a $14 million Educare Center, a school that will open next year and provide “a full-day and full-year program for up to 141...

  • Space matters: Massachusetts invests in improving ...
    Eye on Early Education / Sep 18, 2018

    This summer, Massachusetts awarded $4 million in grants to help early education and after-school programs improve their physical spaces. The money comes from the Early Education and Care and Out of School Time (EEOST) C...

  • Ground broken for low-income childcare program in ...
    WWLP / Sep 18, 2018

    Ground was broken Monday for a new childcare program in Springfield that will serve low-income families. According to a news release sent to 22News, the Educare Springfield will serve 141 children with a full-day, ye...

  • Construction Underway On $14 Million Educare Presc...
    WAMC / Sep 17, 2018

    An early childhood education center that will be part of an innovative national network of preschools is under construction in western Massachusetts. A $14 million state-of-the-art preschool is being developed by the ...

  • Springfield breaks ground on $14 million Educare e...
    MassLive / Sep 17, 2018

    Local, city and state leaders joined early education advocates, and others Monday to officially break ground on Educare Springfield, a nationally recognized school model that is among just 24 of its kind in the country. ...

  • Back in session: Carter School turning into apartm...
    Leominster Champion / Sep 06, 2018

    It’s been more than 30 years since the sounds of learning have been heard inside the three-story brick building at 261 West St. Soon, adults and children will be walking the halls again — and this time, they will ...

  • Soldier On receives funding for housing project
    The Berkshire Edge / Aug 30, 2018

    Soldier On has received $125,000 in predevelopment financing from the Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation to develop affordable housing in Pittsfield.The organization is proposing to develop 14 units of...