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Paul McMorrow | | 617.854.1141
Tom Farmer | | 617.854.1843

Affordability Extended for Lower-Income Households and Senior Citizens at Dorchester Housing Community as a Result of $14.8 Million in MassHousing Financing


MassHousing, y la Administración Baker-Polito lanzan el programa CommonWealth Builder (Constructor del Territorio Autónomo), una iniciativa sin precedentes para expandir las oportunidades para la adquisición de vivienda y creación de patrimonio para las comunidades de color a lo largo de Massachusetts


MassHousing, Baker-Polito Administration Launch CommonWealth Builder, a Landmark Initiative to Expand Homeownership and Wealth-Building Opportunities in Communities of Color Across Massachusetts


MassHousing Closes on $26.4 Million in Financing for the Refinancing and Substantial Renovation of the 248-unit Powdermill Village in Westfield


MassHousing Awards $391,164 for Affordable Sober Housing to Support Men, Women, Veterans and Women with Children


MassHousing Closes on $4.5 Million in Financing for New, Mixed-Income and Workforce Rental Housing to Complete the Northampton State Hospital Redevelopment


MassHousing, Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) and City of Boston Announce Closing of $36.5 Million in Financing for the Loop at Mattapan Station, a New Transit-Oriented, Mixed-Income Housing Community


Fifty-Three Housing Owners and Operators Sign 'Eviction Diversion Pledge' to Keep Over 57,000 Tenants and Families Safely Housed


MassHousing Closes $64.7 Million in Financing for the Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Long-Term Preservation of the Blue Mountain Apartments in Roxbury


MassHousing Closes $29 Million in Financing for the Refinancing and Preservation of Town Brook House in Quincy


MassHousing Celebrates 20-Year Partnership with HUD to Administer Nearly 600 Housing Subsidy Contracts Involving 52,540 Rental Homes in Massachusetts


MassHousing and the Boston Housing Authority Announce Financing for the Third Phase of the Redevelopment of the Anne M. Lynch Homes at Old Colony in South Boston


Brookline Housing Community for Lower-Income Senior Citizens Will See Extensive Renovations and the Extension of Affordability with $25 Million in MassHousing Financing


Affordability Extended for Lower-Income Senior Citizens in Randolph as a Result of $27.3 Million in MassHousing Financing


MassHousing Closes $17. 2 Million in Financing for the Acquisition and Initial Renovation of Three Affordable Housing Communities in Attleboro