On WGBH News: New Affordable Units In Roxbury Invite A Flood of Applications
At Dewitt Community Center in Lower Roxbury, dozens of housing hunters filed into the gym Tuesday night, hoping to secure an affordable unit in a new apartment complex opening nearby this spring. They could add to the 700 applicants that the Madison Park Development Corporation has already received for the 39 units.
“It shows the demand and the need for affordable housing,” said Jeanne Pinado, Madison Park’s CEO. She suggested that the online application process the nonprofit recently created has contributed to the number of applications.
In the Bay State Banner: Proposal details for Dudley Square parcels
75-81 Dudley St. — one proposal The DND has received only one proposal for 75-81 Dudley St., a parcel on the corner of Dudley Street and Shawmut Avenue, a five-minute walk from the Dudley bus terminal and close to Dudley Square Plaza. Madison Park Development Corporation Madison Park Development Corporation wants to combine this site […]
In Boston Real Estate Times: Construction management firm wins award for historic renovation of 9 Williams Street
Owned by Madison Park Development Corporation (MPDC), 9 Williams Street is a contributing element to the Dudley Station Historic District, and once housed a buggy manufacturing company.
In the Bay State Banner: Ex-Whittier St. resident buys first home
Patricia Brown and her family congratulated by Mayor Martin Walsh, DND chief of housing Shelia Dillon, and BHA Administrator Bill McGonagle. Photo: Catherine McGloin Patricia Brown, a former resident of the Whittier Street Development, became a first-time homeowner in Mattapan last month, proving that city agencies can successfully help public housing residents purchase their own […]