Residents and employees of the Binnall House hosted a 50th anniversary celebration on Monday for the Retirement Housing Foundation, the group that manages the affordable housing facility.
Cub Scout Pack 24 formed at the Riverside Village low-income housing community two weeks ago. But, instead of asking parents to pay all the start-up costs and uniform expenses has started a series of fundraisers.
Peter Lewis, vice president of property management at Federal Management Co., Inc. AMO headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, has earned the Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation from IREM.
Scott Cole, Senior Services Coordinator for Federal Management helps the local community by providing a new temporary home for the Helping Hands Food Pantry while they undergo two years of renovations.
Tucked away in a strip-mall above Symphony Station, Lucy's Ethiopian Cafe in Boston offers an inspiring take on Ethiopian cuisine, with thoughtful care put into every item on the menu.
Retirement Housing Foundation and Schochet Associates, Inc. today announced that they have completed the $21 million acquisition of 312 apartments located in Leominster, MA.
Symphony Plaza, a 404-unit, two-tower development in Boston, has been given the Exemplary Development for the Elderly award from the New England Affordable Housing Management Association (NEAHMA).
Retirement Housing Foundation and Schochet Associates, Inc. today announced that they have completed the $39 million acquisition of 373 apartments located in Hartford, CT. The project, originally constructed in the early 1900s as the House of the Good Shepherd, was painstakingly rehabilitated and converted to affordable apartments for seniors in 1980.
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.