Schochet Associates/Federal Management was a featured sponsor at the Greater Boston Real Estate Board/Rental Housing Multifamily Conference & Expo.
If we can't get to the beach, we'll bring the beach to us!!! This was the rallying cry for residents and staff at Riverside Towers, a housing development for elderly and disabled residents, overlooking the Mystic River in Medford Square.
Richard Henken is co-chairman of the Rental Housing Association MassHousing Chairman's Challenge Committee.
Read an article from the Athol Daily News, July 7, 2009 about the Summer Theatre Program at Pinecrest.
Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino and the English Works Campaign awarded the first 'City of Boston/ English Works Campaign Certificate of Recognition' to 11 unique local businesses and labor management partnerships for their support of English language classes for immigrants in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Other key labor, community, and educational partners were also recognized.
Berkshire Development Partners LLC is working on its second extension in an effort to finalize its purchase of the Searles/Bryant complex.
by Richard J. Henken
Smart investors are continually on the lookout for opportunities to earn strong risk-adjusted returns. A fresh, little-known asset class can reward investors who understand its hybrid benefits. In strong markets, projects backed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development provide a unique opportunity to combine bond-like fixed-income properties with the potential for growth through real estate appreciation.
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.
Last September and October, housing officials sat across a table from the owners of Starrett City, the nation's largest privately owned affordable housing complex, located in Brooklyn, N.Y. Armed with a stack of market studies and financial statements, officials argued Starrett City would provide the owners a stronger and more predictable return if kept affordable than if Starrett City Association attempted to remove the property's income restrictions.
Recent months have seen a second wind for the historic Brick Market Place, thanks to the ongoing renovation efforts of Schochet Associates, a development and property management company located in downtown Boston. Boasting over four acres of retail along America's Cup Ave., Brick Market Place has long been a treasured shopping destination in the city, and now sees a bright future as a centerpiece to the economic revitalization of the city's historic downtown area.