Boston Institute of Real Estate Management award recognizes commitment to professional education and development.
The best of times and worst of times for preservation deals.
Participates in American Diabetes Association's Kennebunk Tour de Cure 2012.
The former Norstin Apartments near Central Square in Cambridge will be preserved as affordable housing through an $8 million deal between the Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC), the city of Cambridge, and Cambridge-based housing non-profit Just A Start Corp.
Jay R. Schochet and Richard J. Henken of Schochet Associates, Inc. received the prestigious "Friend of the Elderly" award on Feb. 24 during the 51st annual Retirement Housing Foundation Celebration and Awards Dinner.
In honor of RHF’s fiftieth anniversary, Dr. Laverne Joseph, President and CEO of RHF, visited Massachusetts this week for a whirlwind tour of RHF’s communities across the state.
New England Affordable Housing Management Association (NEAHMA) has honored Fresh Pond Apartments and Symphony Plaza with their prestigious Communities of Quality Awards. Fresh Pond Apartments, a 504 unit development in Cambridge, Massachusetts received the award for Exemplary Family Development, while Symphony Plaza, a 404 unit development in Boston, Massachusetts received the award for Exemplary Development for the Elderly.
Schochet Associates, Inc., owners and managers of nearly 4,000 apartments located throughout New England, today announced that it has completed the $18 million acquisition of 265 apartments located in North Kingstown, RI.
Schochet Associates/Federal Management was a featured sponsor at the Greater Boston Real Estate Board/Rental Housing Multifamily Conference & Expo.
The developer of Newport's Brick Marketplace, who owns 100 acres off Route 116 here, is among a number of business-oriented leaders about to unveil their vision for the creation of two new villages in town.