New affordable housing complex in downtown Boston

Nixon Peabody represents developer in new affordable housing complex in downtown Boston

Plans are underway to convert a historic downtown Boston building into affordable housing units. Groundbreaking of The Union, a 46-unit complex at 48 Boylston Street, took place last week. Nixon Peabody partners Paul Bouton, Ruth Silman and Forrest Milder, and associate Christina Ricotta represented the co-developers of this project, The Planning Office for Urban Affairs and St. Francis House. Close to the Boston Common, a majority of the units at The Union will be occupied by formerly homeless individuals. Construction is expected to be finished by the end of this year.

Nixon Peabody advised the developer with a team including Paul E. Bouton (Picture), Forrest David Milder, Christina Ricotta, Ruth H. Silman

Involved fees earner: Paul Bouton – Nixon Peabody LLP; Christina Ricotta – Nixon Peabody LLP; Forrest Milder – Nixon Peabody LLP; Ruth Silman – Nixon Peabody LLP;

Law Firms: Nixon Peabody LLP;

Clients: Planning Office for Urban Affairs;

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Author: Ambrogio Visconti