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Mixed Use Project in Rosindale Square

by David Kelman

Sunday, October 4, 2015

On October 8,2015 the Historic Resources Committee of the Boston Society of Architects will be presenting a panel discussion on a joint Venure between  Rosinsale Villiage Moain Streets and Historic Boston Inc. They are redeveloping a historic power plant  that provided power to Boston Transportation System. into commercial space. At the same time they are buiding a new 43 unit rental building. The rentl income from the rental building and historic tx credits are helping to pay for th rehab of the historic building. The partnership between the two groups helped create  a new badly needed apartment building and save an hstoric building. This s a TOD project.

This free event will be held at 290 Congress St Boston Ma and starts at 8 m

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Mr. Kelman is a Realtor with over 20 years of experience as a Residential Realtor. He provides a wide range of services to individuals wishing to buy or sell property. He has served as chair of the Housing Committee of the BSA and has presented a series of lectures on the local real estate market and the benefits of creating a home that is energy efficient.
He is a bee keeper and has a garden planted with native plants

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