The 210-unit Tidewater at Salisbury community saw its first residents late last year and is now ready for its official opening ceremony.
The 15-story, 195-unit multifamily community developed by the Longwood Group is transit-oriented and will feature 32 affordable units.
The Melrose, Mass. luxury community was completed in 2015 through the conversion of the historical 1881 Boston Rubber Shoe Company Factory.
Situated at the intersection of Seaport Boulevard and Boston Wharf Road, the South Boston community includes 45 affordable units and is targeting LEED Gold Certification.
The 252-unit Cabot Crossing, owned by Taurus Investment Holdings and PhilMor Real Estate Investments, was built in 1986 and last traded hands mid-2013 for $20.25 million.
The Lancaster, a 55-unit condo community in The Hub’s Brighton neighborhood, recently received LEED Gold certification, a groundbreaking distinction within its market.
Plans for the Affordable Housing Trust Fund financing include creating or substantially rehabilitating and preserving the affordability of units across nine buildings.