Category Archives: Dimock Community Health Center

Cary Cottage

The first building on Dimock’s campus and the only wood frame structure, built in 1872, Krapf Associates prepared a financial package and funding applications which resulted in awards from City, State and Federal sources to rehabilitate this historic property which … Continue reading

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The Laundry Building

Krapf Associates restored this abandoned laundry from the original New England Hospital for Women. It is now a home for 15 pregnant and parenting women from Framingham State Prison with addiction and other high risk pregnancy issues.  Krapf Associates packaged … Continue reading

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Youth and Family Services Building

Part of the Dimmock Community Health Center, this was the first new building on this nine acre historic campus in over 60 years. This 28,800 square foot  building contains four child care and education programs serving children, including those with … Continue reading

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Sewall Building

Alice Krapf was project manager for the fast track redevelopment of the North wing of the Sewall Building (bottom photo) as a transitional home for up to 28 homeless families, a $3.1 million project funded through the Housing Innovations Fund. … Continue reading

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Goddard Building

Krapf Associates also managed the partial exterior restoration of this building, a 45,000 square foot historic building on the Dimock campus (top photo). Funding provided by the Massachusetts Preservation Projects Fund, Save America’s Treasures (National Park Service) grant and private … Continue reading

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Other Dimock Projects

Persons with AIDS Counseling Space: renovation on the third floor of the Richards Building. Dimock Child Care: renovated space on the second and third floor of the Youth and Family Building. Strategic Real Estate Development Plans in 1988 and 1992 … Continue reading

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