MassHousing Announces Loan Closing of $9.1 Million to Preserve Affordable Housing for Seniors in Boston
BOSTON – May 8, 2012 – MassHousing announced a loan closing of $9.1 million to preserve affordability for predominantly low-income senior citizens and some disabled residents at the 100-unit Wait Street Apartments in Boston.
On Saturday, My 12, 2012 students at The School of Fashion Design will present the culmination of a year’s work in “Collection 2012″. The annual show will take place at The Boston Park Plaza Hotel, located at 50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street. Doors open at 2:00 pm for a reception & cash bar. The show is expected to kickoff at 3:30 pm with student work ranging from bathing suits to ball gowns. Tickets to the luncheon and fashion show are $50.
The Boston Transportation Department is advising drivers and pedestrians alike thatStuart Street, between Berkeley and Arlington Streets, will be closed to both vehicular and pedestrian traffic this weekend for the purpose of erecting a pedestrian bridge at the Liberty Mutual construction site. The street will be closed beginning on Friday, May 4, 2012 at 8 PM and will not reopen until Sunday, May, 6, 2012 at 3 PM.
Hostelling International USA held a job fair at the Asian American Civic Association headquarters on April 25 aimed at showcasing employment opportunities for the Asian American population in Boston.
City of Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino made an appearance in Chinatown on April 23 at the Metropolitan Community Room, on Oak Street, to kick-start the Office of New Bostonians’ new “You Have Rights” education campaign, aimed at providing information to residents about their rights to decent housing and reporting substandard conditions.
Please join Chinatown Main Street in a Spring Cleaning Day come out and lend a hand to make Chinatown shine!