ACDC in the News

01/05/2013 Walsh's last visits as Mayor-elect highlights city's diverse challenges. Boston Globe

12/19/2013 Lost Piece of Chinatown to rise again.Boston Herald

12/9/2013 New Boston Fund and Asian Community Development Corporation begin construction on One Greenway.  Sampan

12/92013 Construction begins on One Greenway, developers sayBoston Globe

12/62013 $170M Chinatown Housing Complex Receives Financing Banker and Tradesman

12/62013 Developers secure $107M in financing for Chinatown tower. Boston Business Journal

12/5/2013 New Boston Fund and Asian Community Development Corp. Kick Off Construction on 362-Unit Mixed-Income Community. Multihousing News.com

9/26/2013 Key in Chinatown is for affordable housing to keep place with market developments (boston.com)

6/28/2013 Boston's Parcel 24 to be called One Greenway (multihousingnews.com)

6/27/2013 Chinatown to add $150M, 21-story Residential Tower (bostinno.streetwise.com)

6/27/2013 One Greenway project to break ground (bostonherald.com)

6/26/2013 Groundbreaking set for $150 million tower (bizjournals.com)

6/26/2013 One Greenway project looks to add 362 units (bostonherald.com)

6/26/2013 One Greenway (curbed.boston.com)

6/26/2013 One Greenway project on Chinatown's Hudson Street to break ground in July (boston.citybizlist.com)

 

-- 2012 --

12/9/12 Joe Kriesberg speaks at ACDC's Annual Meeting (bostonese.com)

12/4/12 David Taglieri of Sovereign Bank honored as Outstanding Housing Educator at ACDC's Annual Meeting (bostonese.com)

5/3/12  Game to allow Quincy residents to "PlanIt"  (Patriot Ledger)

4/24/12  Chinatown celebrates opening of new community library  (Boston.com)

 

-- 2011 --

11/18/11  New Affordable Housing Opens in Quincy Center (Sampan)

11/18/11 Chinatown to Have Reading Room in Early 2012 (Sampan)

10/18/11 Housing Development for Greenway Parcel 24 (MassDOT)

10/15/11 Developers rush to build apartments (Boston Globe)

10/17/11 Governor, mayor announce funding for Chinatown housing development (Boston.com)

7/8/11 A Walk Through Chinatown (Sampan)

1/05/11 Participatory Chinatown was Voted as Top 5 Games for 2010 (Games for Change)

 

-- 2010 --

11/14/10 Game Aims to Draw in North Quincy (Boston Globe)

11/08/10 Breaking Walls, Opening Doors for Housing in Quincy (Boston Globe)

11/06/10 Former Quincy Church to Become Affordable Apartments (PatriotsLedger)

6/14/10 Boston's Chinatown Goes Sim City (The Architect's Newspaper)

5/28/10 Community Development Leaders Meet with White House Initiative on AAPIs (National CAPACD) Download Press Release [pdf 84 kb]

5/17/10 Participatory Chinatown (Creative Thailand - Thai)

5/14/10 A 3-D approach to community meetings (Sampan) Download Article [pdf 71.4 kb]

5/6/10 Chinatown, the video game (Boston Globe) Download Article [pdf 75.1 kb]

5/5/10 Participatory Chinatown (Sing Tao - Chinese) Download Article [pdf 1.3 mb]

5/5/10 Participatory Chinatown (World Journal - Chinese) Download Article [pdf 911 kb]

5/3/10 Chinatown planners hope game pulls crowd (Boston Globe) Download Article [pdf 74.5]

5/2/10 CHOP Homebuying Classes (Epoch Times - Chinese) Download Screenshot [jpeg, 841 kb]

3/26/10 Massachusetts lags in Census participation (Somerville Journal) Download Article [pdf, 110 kb]

3/11/10 The Emily Rooney Show (WGBH)

3/7/10 Mass. groups push for full census count of Asians (WBZ)

 

-- 2009 --

9/1/09 Boston's Asian Community Brings Fun, Education, and Affordability to Chinatown (Huffington Post)

6/5/09 Growing the Community Development Vision (National Housing Institute's Rooflines Blog)

5/1-5/13/09 ACDC: Breaking Ground (Color Magazine) Download article [pdf, 1.11 mb]

 

-- 2008 --

11/29/08 New Affordable Housing Project Proposed for Quincy (Patriot Ledger) Download article [pdf, 28.2 kb]

11/7/08 Parcel 24 PDA Approved (Sampan)

10/16/08 BRA Approves Major Residential Project in Chinatown (Boston Business Journal) Download article [pdf, 22.5 kb]

7/6/08 Moving In, Moving Out (Boston Globe) Download article [pdf, 34.3 kb]

Catalogue for Philanthropy 2008

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