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 disabilities and AIDS. Total development cost of  $2.9 million.
Completed:  March, 1991.

Krapf Associates was also project manager of  a 10,000 square foot $2.3 million addition to this building for an expanding Early Head Start and After School Program (SmartKids).  Completed:  April, 2004.

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Sewall Building

Exterior restoration in progress  (front of Sewall Building)

Exterior restoration in progress (front of Sewall Building)

Mary Eliza Mahoney House in progress (rear of the Sewall Building)

Mary Eliza Mahoney House in progress (rear of the 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. Completed: March, 2004.

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TriCity Comm/06 unity Action Program, Inc.: Kaszanek House

Krapf Associates was the project manager and successfully applied for grants and loans for this new construction, $1.3 million, 11-unit transitional house for formerly homeless single persons in. Completed: May, 2003.

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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 Section 202 funding in late 1997.  Krapf Associates was also successful in obtaining supplementary State and federal funding of $800,000 for a total project budget of over $5 million.  Construction completion and occupancy:  January,  2002.

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Goddard Building

Goddard Building

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 foundation grants. Completed: November, 2002

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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, next to the Ritz Carlton in the Back Bay.  Construction completion and occupancy:  October, 1999.

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Batavia Housing Cooperative

Krapf Associates arranged the purchase and sale and moderate rehabilitation of this 4 building, 22 unit development in the Fenway. Alice Krapf continues to provide financial and managerial advice to the cooperative on an ongoing basis. Purchase completed: November, 1996; permanent financing: February, 1999; construction completion: March 1999.

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Batavia Housing Cooperative

Krapf Associates arranged the purchase and sale and moderate rehabilitation of this 4 building, 22 unit development in the Fenway. Alice Krapf continues to provide financial and managerial advice to the cooperative on an ongoing basis. Purchase completed: November, 1996; permanent financing: February, 1999; construction completion: March 1999.

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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 $2.8 million.   A seventh project for four units in Wellesley  received  funding from HUD, the Town of Wellesley and the Facilities Consolidation Fund and was completed in September, 2007.

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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 with Pilling+Smith Architects, which served as the basis for two capital campaigns as well as the redevelopment of the campus.

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