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BCC and Partners Break Ground on a $50 Million Project in North Amherst

On June 14, we celebrated the groundbreaking for a mixed-income community, North Square at The Mill District, in Amherst, Massachusetts. BCC loaned $3.5 million to help finance this nearly $50 million mixed-use, sustainably designed community.

BCC Receives $3.9 Million Capital Magnet Fund Award for Affordable Housing

The U.S. Department of Treasury awarded $3.9 million in Capital Magnet Funds (CMF) to Boston Community Capital. The Department’s Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund award supports BCC’s nationwide effort to protect and establish affordable housing through innovative and flexible loan capital programs.

NextStreet Interviews Elyse Cherry in "CDFI Leaders Thinking Ahead and Acting Now"

Read NextStreet's interview with BCC CEO Elyse Cherry in "CDFI Leaders Thinking Ahead and Acting Now: Elyse Cherry, Boston Community Capital."

Elyse Cherry and SUN Homeowner Featured on NECN's "The Take"

Sue O'Connell interviewed Elyse Cherry and SUN homeowner Wendell P. of Worcester on how SUN works for families facing foreclosure in Massachusetts. 

Watch the video interview here on NECN's "The Take" with Sue O'Connell. 

BBJ Names WegoWise CEO Laila Partridge 2017 "Woman to Watch in Science and Tech"

Today, Boston Business Journal named WegoWise CEO Laila Partridge a "Woman to Watch in Science and Tech" in 2017.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 19, 2016 - Boston Community Capital and MassDevelopment Awarded $3 Million for Work in Massachusetts’ Gateway Cities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 19, 2016

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette Features SUN Homeowners in "SUN Never Sets For Homeowners In Need"

Erin Bassler of the Worcester Telegram and Gazette spoke with Elyse Cherry and SUN homeowners Wendell and Patricia P. this week to discuss the ongoing foreclosure problem in Worcester. Wendell and Patricia came close to losing their home when their adjustible-rate mortgage raised their monthly mortgage payments to the point of unaffordability.

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