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HUD USER publishes a series of case studies based on federal, state and local strategies that increase affordable housing opportunities, apply sustainable features and practices, and increase access to public transportation. The projects featured in these reports have demonstrated innovation through a multitude of partnerships and initiatives. Each report outlines a project’s objectives and the development strategies used to achieve them.

 

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Transforming an Abandoned Car Dealership Into Affordable Housing in Boston

Cote Village is a 76-unit, mixed-income apartment community in Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood. Completed by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston’s Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc. (POUA) and Caribbean Integration Community Development (CICD) in 2022, Cote Village consists of a renovated former automobile dealership and four adjoining new buildings.
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