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 President Richard J. Henken was recently elected clerk of the Board of Trustees of the Catholic Schools Foundation.
The Boston Metropolitan Chapter of the Institute of Retail Management (IREM®) announced at their monthly meeting on Monday, September 13, 2010, that they have re-elected Schochet Associates/Federal Management’s own Peter Lewis, NAHP-e, SHCM, and Vice President of Property Management as an Executive Councilor for 2011.
Schochet President Richard J. Henken was recently featured in the Boston Globe for his philanthropic activities with Catholic Schools Foundation.
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.
Hampton Court has begun its annual food drive to benefit the Northhampton Survival Center. The food drive is going on right now and ends December 30th.
A third Shack restaurant is set to open at Lighthouse Square in Groton, CT. Restaurant owner Russell Han has just signed a long-term lease with the Boston-based Schochet Associates Limited Partnership, which owns Lighthouse Square, a small plaza at 441 Long Hill Road that houses Walgreens and several smaller stores.
The Community Action Youth Programs held a successful 2-week pilot summer program full of fun, hands-on activities aimed at leadership development for youth age 10-13 at Pine Crest Apartments.
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.