Robert H. Baldwin, senior vice president of Paradigm Propertiesand head of its Urban Facilities Group, represented SBHA in thetransaction. Mike Foley of Jack Conway Associates represented theRoman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston. Financial details of the dealwere not disclosed.

The buildings, which total 45,000 sf, are located at 11-17Mayhew St. in North Dorchester. Founded in 1998, SBHA is a middleand high school serving 340 students in grades five through 12 from13 of Boston's neighborhoods. The school retained Paradigm's UrbanFacilities Group, which manages real estate development, expansion,and disposition of facilities for nonprofit institutions,industrial businesses and divisions of state and local governments,for the redevelopment of the site.

Baldwin says the project involves a complete renovation of thetwo buildings as well as an addition of a connector between them.He notes that the renovations should be completed by nextsummer.

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