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Boston Affordable Housing Leaders to Receive Prestigious NH&RA Vision Awards

The National Housing & Rehabilitation Association announced today that two Boston-based champions of affordable housing and development will receive NH&RA Affordable Housing Vision Awards in recognition of their stewardship and expansion of affordable housing opportunities for low-income families around the country. Pam Goodman, chief executive officer of Beacon Communities, and Chrystal Kornegay, Undersecretary of the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development, will be honored at an awards reception in conjunction with the NH&RA Fall Developers Forum on November 6th at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel.

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Long-Time Boston Affordable Housing Leaders Recognized by National Housing & Rehabilitation Association

The National Housing & Rehabilitation Association (NH&RA) presented two recipients with this year’s Affordable Housing Vision Awards. The awardees are Maurice Barry, Chief of the Asset Resolution Branch in the US Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) Multifamily Boston Satellite Office and Fred Copeman, Esq., Principal and National Director of Tax Credit Investment Services at CohnReznick LLP. Barry and Copeman were honored at an awards reception at the NH&RA Fall Developers Forum on November 1st at the Langham Hotel in Boston.

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Historic Preservation Awards Celebrate New Life for Old Buildings

An old school building is keeping seniors in their neighborhood after they sell their homes. An out-of-use factory provides shelter and services to individuals with special needs. A former motor club offers tourists a sustainable place to stay. These innovative historic rehabilitations are among the finalists for J. Timothy Anderson Awards for Excellence in Historic Rehabilitation.

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NH&RA Launches 11th Annual “Timmy” Awards

For the 11th year in a row, the National Housing & Rehabilitation Association (NH&RA) invites housing professionals from across the country to join them in celebrating exceptional examples of historic rehabilitation. The “Timmys” look for a wide variety of nominees proposed by a wide variety of people interested in American architecture, design and development. If you would like to enter a deserving project, please submit an application by no later than Friday, July 31, 2015.

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