Boston Housing Authority

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Mixed-Finance Development

Mixed-Finance is the model made familiar through the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s federal HOPE VI program. It can transform an entire public housing development and the surrounding neighborhood through an array of financing sources including public housing capital funds, other public resources from state and local governments and federal low-income housing tax credits that generate private investment equity. Boston Housing Authority (BHA) has completed over three-quarters of billion dollars in mixed-finance public housing redevelopment projects over the past 15 years, producing more than 2,300 units of housing.

BHA has redeveloped the sites below through mixed-finance redevelopment.

BHA is currently redeveloping the following sites: