Category Archives: Elderly and Special Needs Housing

Washington Square Residence, Lynn

Krapf Associates developed the successfully funded financial package of local and state sources as well as a subsidized FHLB Boston grant and loan through a local bank for this two phase renovation of a 100 year old facility owned by … Continue reading

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AHEPA 35 Manor, Nashua, New Hampshire

This 38 unit new construction elderly housing project was funded by HUD and the City of Nashua (total $5.6 million); construction time was nine months. Completed: July, 2008.

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Newton-Wellesley-Weston Committee for Community Living

Krapf Associates submitted  four successful  applications for 811 funding and managed the development of four group homes for persons with mental retardation totaling 20 units.  All  are complete as of June, 2005.

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AHEPA/Penelope #120, Inc. Elderly Housing, Peabody

Krapf Associates provided local financing and project management services to the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association of Indianapolis, Indiana and the local chapter of the Daughters of Penelope for this 48-unit low income elderly development in Peabody, Massachusetts, awarded HUD … Continue reading

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TriCity Mental Health Association, Boston

Krapf Associates provided project management services during construction of the Safe Haven, a rest place for 16 homeless women living on and around Newbury  Street in Boston.  The Safe Haven is in a portion of the basement of Emmanuel Church, … Continue reading

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Charles River Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc., Needham, Newton, Wellesley

Krapf Associates has successfully submitted HUD Section 811 grant applications for group homes sponsored by this organization in fiscal years 1993, 1994, 1995,1996 and 1998 for a total of six projects and 34 units with total development costs of over … Continue reading

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