"We are very excited about the positive impact that thisredevelopment will have on Franklin Hill residents and surroundingDorchester community," said Kenan Bigby, project manager forTrinity Financial, in a statement. Trinity and the Boston HousingAuthority completed Phase I of theFranklin Hill redevelopment, consisting of two buildings with 90affordable housing units and 24 rentable townhouses.


The project will be separated into two sections. Franklin Hill2A will have a five-story apartment building and eight townhouseson four acres. Of the 114 total units at site 2A, 110 will beavailable to households at or below 60% of the area median income.Households between 60% to 80% of area median income can choosebetween the four units still available. The total development costof site 2A will be $42 million.


Franklin Hill 2B redevelopment will provide 38 mixed-incomefamily homes on 1.8 acres. All 38 homes will be made available forhouseholds at or below the 60% median income. This site will total$21.5 million by its completion.


"We welcome Enterprise's financial commitment to Franklin Hilland the Boston Housing Authority and see this as the start of anongoing relationship," said BHA Administrator Sandra B. Henriquez,in a prepared statement. "Public-private partnerships such as thisone further our joint missions to rebuild affordablecommunities."

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