Projects: Real Estate Development

Chapman Arms – Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Our attorneys represented Homeowner’s Rehab, Inc., a Cambridge-based non-profit housing developer, in the acquisition and financing of Chapman Arms, a 50-unit building with 10,000 square feet of commercial space located in Harvard Square ground-leased from Harvard University.  Homeowner’s Rehab, Inc. …

Generations Family Health Center – Willimantic, Connecticut

Generations

We worked with our client, Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation (MHIC), to structure a two-phase financing for the construction of a Federally Qualified Health Center in Willimantic, Connecticut. In the first phase, we created a structure to allow the sponsor, Generations …

The Retreat at Union Pond – East Wareham, Massachusetts

Nolan Sheehan Patten represented The Gatehouse Group, a private developer and property manager of apartment communities, in the acquisition and financing of a three-phase mixed-income multi-family housing project in East Wareham, Massachusetts.  In the first two phases of the project, …

6 Fort Street Apartments – Quincy, Massachusetts

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Nolan Sheehan Patten represented the Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation in its low-income housing tax credit investment in the 6 Fort Street project developed by the Asian Community Development Corporation.  6 Fort Street is a 34 family rental residential development in …

Inman Square Apartments & CAST II – Cambridge, Massachusetts

Inman Cast II

Nolan Sheehan Patten represented Homeowner’s Rehab, Inc. in the acquisition and financing of two existing “expiring use” properties located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the affordability of which was preserved by the involvement of Homeowner’s Rehab, Inc.  Inman Square Apartments is a …

Waverley Woods – Belmont, Massachusetts

Waverly

Our attorneys represented Affirmative Investments, Inc. (Affirmative), a Boston-based housing developer, in the construction and permanent financing of Waverley Woods, a multi-family, transit-oriented residential housing complex. The project was built using sustainable design methods throughout its interior, exterior, and landscaping …

Trolley Square Apartments – Cambridge, Massachusetts

Trolley Square

Our attorneys represented Homeowner’s Rehab, Inc., a Cambridge-based non-profit housing developer, in assembling and closing over $13 million in public and private financing from Citizens Bank, the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development, the City of Cambridge, the Cambridge …

The St. Aidan – Brookline, Massachusetts

St. Aidan

Nolan Sheehan Patten represented the Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc. on all aspects of the financing and development of the former St. Aidan’s Church into 59 units of mixed-income housing. The historic church building was rehabilitated and two new …

89 Oxbow Residence – Wayland, Massachusetts

The 89 Oxbow Residences project involved the construction of 16 units of green affordable housing on a former Nike missile site using three separate public funding programs: the Housing Stabilization Fund, the Green Affordable Housing Initiative (GAHI) grant program, and

State Street Portfolio Acquisition – Boston and Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Nolan Sheehan Patten represented the non-profit Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc. (“POAH”) in the portfolio acquisition and redevelopment of 841 units of mixed-income housing located in six Massachusetts properties which involved Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency as tax-exempt bond issuer and …

Putnam Green Apartments – Cambridge, Massachusetts

Putnam

Furthering the transition of a formerly industrial section of Cambridge into a cohesive residential community, Nolan Sheehan Patten represented Homeowner’s Rehab., Inc. (HRI) in utilizing a ground lease structure to acquire and finance this new, 40-unit, affordable housing complex. The …

Dahlgreen Courts Apartments – Washington, DC

Dahlgreen

Built in the 1920s to provide housing for government workers, the original Dahlgreen Courts Apartments were in dire need of rehabilitation. Nolan Sheehan Patten represented Mission First Housing Development Corporation (Mission First) in utilizing a CDBG loan from the District …