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The Planning Office for Urban Affairs is a non-profit housing developer affiliated with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston.
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Donald Alexis Feb 8
highlights and efforts to change the housing game in Fairmount Corridor. Advocates See Cote Development As A Sign Mattapan Is Changing via
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St. Francis House Feb 9
Our President & CEO Karen LaFrazia has an editorial in today with Lisa Alberghini of .
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MHP Jan 29
The Union: How & teamed up & is now working to turn an historic Boylston St. health club into housing for the homeless.
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Nixon Peabody LLP Jan 26
Congratulations to and on the groundbreaking of The Union, a new development in Boston.
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St. Francis House Jan 24
from : “The and St. Francis House working together on this critical affordable housing development will help many people in need, especially the most vulnerable among us.”
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Planning Office Jan 23
Thank you for celebrating 46 units of affordable housing in downtown Boston with us and !
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Planning Office Jan 19
to just this past Tuesday when we celebrated the groundbreaking of with ! Thank you to everyone who joined us and supported this project in downtown Boston!
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Cardinal Seán Jan 16
Steel Beam signing: BOA’s Miceal Chamberlain, Mayor Walsh, Lisa Alberghini, Governor Baker, SOS Galvin & St. Francis House Karen LaFrazia. 46units afford housing for deserving individuals.
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Charlie Baker Jan 16
We look forward to the important housing resources & will create with the through this project and we look forward to working with our colleagues in state & local government to create similar opportunities across the Commonwealth.
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Charlie Baker Jan 16
Creating for working families, low-income senior citizens & the homeless is a top priority for us & essential to creating a stronger Commonwealth, and we were proud to join & to break ground on 46 units at The Union.
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Cardinal Seán Jan 16
Grateful to POUA Pres. Lisa Alberghini & St. Francis House Pres/CEO Karen LaFrazia for making The Union project a reality. This will create 46 units of affordable housing for very deserving individuals.
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Suzanne Morse Jan 16
Great moment for those who care about developing more supportive housing units (), , and .
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Boston's DND Jan 16
It was so exciting to celebrate the Groundbreaking for "The Union" with , , ,, and all of our partners today! The redevelopment of Street will soon create 46 units of in downtown .
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Alicia Verity Jan 16
Everyone deserves a place to call home. is honored to stand alongside , & at today's Union groundbreaking of 46 units of affordable housing at . Congratulations & thanks to our partners &
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Gilbane New England Jan 16
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Boston Landmarks Jan 16
A great project in this historic building! Young Men’s Christian Union was landmarked by in 1977.
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Cayenne Isaksen Jan 16
Great moment. Signing of the beam marks the “official” groundbreaking of , “The Union” - 46 Units of affordable housing in Boston.
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Ryan Hutchins Jan 16
At we and in this case, we are changing lives. Pleased to partner with and for 49 units of affordable housing at 48 Boylston St.
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Sheila Dillon Jan 16
Today begin construction of 48 Boylston St - 46 units of affordable housing, the majority for homeless individuals.
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CEDAC Jan 16
. at event. The new residence received $3M in state HIF funding.
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