As seen in the Cambridge Chronicle.
The best of times and worst of times for preservation deals.
Critical affordable housing resource for elderly and handicapped residents and, under this transaction, will be preserved as affordable for the long term.
Participates in American Diabetes Association's Kennebunk Tour de Cure 2012.
B'nai B'rith Housing (BBH) recently honored Richard Henken of Schochet Companies with its 2012 Distinguished Achievement Award for his extensive work in creating affordable housing.
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.
Schochet Associates and Federal Management Co., Inc. President Richard J. Henken has been elected National Apartment Association Region II Vice President.
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.
The Binnall House and its 134 apartments will be taking steps toward additional year-round efficiency with the replacement of aging solar panels in coming months.
Mrs. Beverly Sicard was honored this past fall at a celebration at Riverside Village for being the longest resident of the complex, noting her four decade tenure as a resident.