Mayor Martin J. Walsh, HUD Deputy Secretary Nani Coloretti Announce $30 Million Grant to Revitalize Whittier Street Housing Development
HUD Choice Neighborhood Grant to bring community investment to Lower Roxbury.
In the Bay State Banner: ‘Top Eye Open’ on stage at Hibernian Hall through Nov. 19
History is alive and well in the city of Boston, and this month hits the stage in the form of “Top Eye Open”, a play exploring the Fugitive Slave Law. Scripted and composed by Dillon Bustin, artistic director of Hibernian Hall.
In The Boston Globe: Groups that brought neighborhoods back from the brink should be lauded
Paul Grogan, President and CEO of The Boston Foundation, penned a letter in response to The Boston Globe article, Boundaries of Hope, on September 10, 2016. I WANT to praise the Globe for bringing to light the extremely negative effects of housing discrimination and misguided government housing policies, which have contributed to high degrees of […]
In The Boston Globe: In Greater Boston, a lopsided geography of affordable housing
The following excerpt featuring Madison Park Development Corporation appeared in The Boston Globe on September 2, 2016 (written by David Scharfenburg). Read the entire article here. ‘Too many of these apartments’ The Orchard Park public housing project in Roxbury was a grim place. Shattered glass. Dead-end streets. In the late-1980s, a drug kingpin known simply as […]