BRAINTREE, MA, February 24, 2021 – The Schochet Companies today announced that Tasha Davis has joined the company as portfolio manager.
BRAINTREE, MA, February 17, 2021 – The Schochet Companies today announced that Angela Cruz has been promoted to director of compliance, replacing Grace Swierk, who recently retired after holding the position since 2013.
Lawyer's Clearinghouse, which engages the legal community in pro bono work for nonprofits and homeless and low-income clients, recently presented The Schochet Companies President Richard J. Henken with the Stephen M. Nolan Leadership Award at its 32nd annual meeting (which took place virtually).
David Flad, Chief Operating Officer of The Schochet Companies was recently awarded the National Affordable Housing Professional (NAHP) -- Executive Level designation by the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA).
Hillcrest Acres in Attleboro acquired, to be kept as affordable housing
- SUN CHRONICLE STAFF
Retirement Housing Foundation and The Schochet Companies Preserve an Affordable Housing Community in Attleboro, MA
(August 28, 2020 – Attleboro, MA) Retirement Housing Foundation (RHF) and The Schochet Companies have closed on the acquisition of the Hillcrest Acres Apartments in Attleboro, MA.
BRAINTREE, MA, August 24, 2020 – The Schochet Companies today announced that Robert E. Weber has joined the firm as director of facilities, replacing Tom Furtado, who recently retired as vice president of facilities after more than 25 years with the company.
Boston, MA July 21, 2020 - Fenway Community Development Corporation (Fenway CDC), working in collaboration with the Schochet Companies, closed on Tax Credit Equity and construction financing for the Newcastle Saranac Apartments, a 97-unit development in the South End/Lower Roxbury neighborhood in Boston. Fenway CDC is a Boston based nonprofit organization that works to preserve the Fenway as a vibrant and diverse neighborhood by developing affordable housing, providing programs that enrich lives, and strengthening community voices.
The 97-unit Newcastle Saranac is being redeveloped by the Fenway CDC in partnership with the Schochet Companies