CCBA looks into affordable housing
By Ling-Mei Wong
The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association met for its bimonthly meeting on March 26 at 90 Tyler Street.
The CCBA’s Asset Committee met with developer Hudson Group to discuss affordable housing options for 50 Herald Street, which is presently leased to C-Mart for 10 years. Developing a residential site with affordable housing would take eight to nine years, with half of the units being market value to offset the affordable housing units. As four other developments are going up in the area, there is strong market demand in the South End.
Community announcements included the American Legion Boys State program for high school juniors from June 15 to 21, with more information at www.maboysstate.org.
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