Mayor Sarno Views Progress on Redevelopment of Historic Knox Building (Old Firestone Building) click here

Commercial to Residential Conversions: A Guidebook to Available Federal Resources See Page 7     click here

Lending notes: Financing takes shape on 6 loans, 2 with interesting history lessons click here

Developer Gordon Pulsifer adds 878 Worthington St. rehab to Springfield ‘Vault’ apartments click here

Mayor Sarno, State Representative Williams, Councilor Click-Bruce and CDO Sheehan tour the Redevelopment of Historic Knox Building click here

Knox building in Springfield to be redeveloped into apartments click here

Advice for Emerging Developers click here

Boston developer plans 2nd major housing project on State Street in Springfield click here

Lending notebook: Financing takes shape on 6 loans, 2 with interesting history lessons click here

Springfield selects First Resource Development Co. for $46M housing project at former school headquarters on State Street click here

Historic Rehabilitation of Former Indian Motorcycle Factory Complete click here

Developer of Knox Housing Project in Springfield Focuses on Safety, Further Neighborhood Dialogue click here

Special Permits Approved for Knox Automobile Housing Plan: with councilors concerned about local input, developer says delays could kill the project click here

Groundbreaking: Mason Square Apartments/Indian Motorcycle – Charlie Baker click here

Knox Automobile Company Building click here

Springfield mayor, area legislators support Gov. Charlie Baker’s Housing Choice bill click here

‘It’s going to look brand new’: Springfield council vote moves forward rehab of historic Knox building in Mason Square click here

Knox building — once a Springfield automobile factory — getting $57M makeover into apartments click here

Baker, Polito tour project at Indian Motorcycle factory click here

Gov. Charlie Baker lauds Springfield project turning Indian Motorcycle plant into apartments click here

Springfield officials laud new apartment project under construction at former Indian Motocycle building click here

First Resource Development Company recipient of 2019 Massachusetts Historical Commission Preservation Award click here

First Resource Development Company recipient of 2019 Preservation Massachusetts Award click here

From NEI Quarterly: Maple Commons Recognized by Mass. Historical Commission

From The Republican: Developer Set to Begin$23M Apartment Project

From Cape Cod Times: The Tides of Chatham

From Mass Housing: Low-Income Families at the Maple Commons Apartments in Downtown Springfield Will See Extensive Property Renovations and Safety Improvements Along With the Extension of Affordability With $21 Million in MassHousing Financing

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