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  • Greater Boston Multifamily Project Gets Financial Help

    Skyrocketing rents and shrinking inventory make Boston one of the most expensive cities in the nation. That’s enough of a reason for renters to hunt for more affordable housing options outside The Hub—and for developers to respond to the demand.

    Boston 22 July 2015 19:30
  • From Retail to Multifamily: Woolworth Converted to Mixed-Use Building

    First Niagara’s Commercial Real Estate Group provided a $4.35 million construction loan to North to South Development for the renovation and conversion of the former Woolworth Store building on East Main Street in Riverhead, N.Y., into 19 affordable rental apartments and ground-level retail.

    Northeast 05 February 2015 15:26

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