Home Funders Projects

Occupied Developments

Home Funders has helped develop hundreds of homes for residents across the state of Massachusetts since 2003. Click here to download our current Project List.

Occupied Developments include the following:

113 Spencer St (Amory site), Chelsea | The Neighborhood Developers

50 Palmer Street, Salem | Salem Harbor

57 Main Street, Lee | Berkshire Housing Development

6 Fort Street, Quincy | Asian Community Development Corporation

63 Washington St., Chelsea | Harbor COV

75 Cross Street, Somerville | Somerville Community Corp

Acushnet Commons, New Bedford | Women’s Institute for Housing and Economic Development

Adams Court Phase B, Mattapan | Nuestra Communidad

Amory Apartments, Jamaica Plain | Urban Edge Housing Development Corporation

Ashfield House, Ashfield | Rural Development

Austin Corridor II, Worcester | Worcester Common Ground

Bloomfield Gardens, Boston | Viet AID

Brian J. Honan Apts, Allston | Allston Brighton CDC

Cady Brooks Apts, Charlton | Housing Assistance Program (HAP)

Campus of Hope, Springfield | YWCA of Greater Springield

Chapman Arms, Cambridge | Homeowners Rehab Inc.

Codman Square Apartments, Boston | Codman Square NDC

Cottage Square Apartments, Easthampton | Arch Street Development

Dalton Apartments, Pittsfield | Berkshire Housing Development

Dudley Greenville, Boston | Madison Park Development Corporation

Dudley Village North, Roxbury | Dorchester Bay EDC

Dudley Village South, Roxbury | Dorchester Bay EDC

Eagle Street, Fall River | Community Care Services

Egleston Crossing, Roxbury | Urban Edge Housing Development Corporation

Essex Street, Gloucester | Cape Anne Housing Opportunity (Wellspring House)

Haverhill Street, Lawrence | Lawrence YWCA

Hillside Avenue, Great Barrington | CDC of South Berkshire

Holcroft Parks Homes Phase I, Beverly | Beverly Affordable Housing/YMCA North Shore

Holcroft Parks Homes Phase II, Beverly | Beverly Affordable Housing/YMCA North Shore

Humphrey Street, Boston | Sojourner House

Ingraham School, New Bedford | Women’s Institute for Housing and Economic Development

Kilby-Gardner-Hammond Phase IV, Worcester | Main South CDC

LBB Housing, Boston | Lena Park CDC

Long Glen, Allston | Allston Brighton CDC

Main St Extension, Harwich | Lower Cape Cod CDC

McCarthy Village II, Acton |Acton Housing Authority

MMHomes, Malden | Housing Families Inc.

Moody Street/Unity Place, Lowell | Coalition for a Better Acre

Morrant Bay, Boston | Dorchester Bay EDC

New Charlesview Apts, Boston | Community Builders

New Hope II, Lowell | House of Hope

Olmstead Green Phase III, Dorchester | Lena Park/New Boston Development LLC

Olmstead Green, Mattapan | New Boston Development LLC

Paradise Pond, Northampton | Housing Assistance Program (HAP)

Parsons Village, Easthampton | Valley Community CDC

Patriot Homes, Boston | Caritas/SW Boston CDC

Pond Street, Weymouth | POAH/South Suburban Affordable Housing

Powderhouse Village, Ipswich | YWCA North Shore

Prospect St. School, Westfield | Domus

Residences at Highland Avenue, Chelmsford | Chelmsford Housing Authority/CHOICE, Inc.

Ruggles Preservation, Roxbury | Madison Park Development Corporation

Scattered Site Co-ops, Jamaica Plain | Jamaica Plain NDC

Scattered Site, Chelsea | Neighborhood Developers

Sisson Road, Harwich | Harwich Ec. Council for the Homeless (HECH)

Southside Homes, Hyannis | Housing Assistance Corporation (HAC)

Spencer Row, Chelsea | The Neighborhood Developers

St Botolph, Boston | Madison Park Development Corporation

St. Aidan’s, Brookline | Planning Office of Urban Affairs

St. Joseph’s School, Lowell | Coalition for a Better Acre

St. Polycarps Village, Somerville | Somerville Community Corp

Thomas Atkins Apartments, Dorchester | Nuestra Comunidad

Town Center Apts, Williamsburg | Hilltown CDC

Trustman Apartments, Brookline | Brookline Housing Authority

Union Crossing – East Island Square, Lawrence | Lawrence Community Works

United Front Homes, New Bedford | Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH)

West Barnstable Rental , West Barnstable | Housing Assistance Corporation (HAC)

What residents of Home Funders developments have to say:

“What I’ve learned is that I have to keep setting goals. I got into good housing. Then I started working two jobs. Now I need to get my GED.”

“Besides giving me a place to live, I now have people I can ask for help. When I didn’t know what to do about my child skipping school I was able to get suggestions from other residents.”

“Now that I have a home I’ve been able to find a job. I work as a day care assistant. This is great because I can take my youngest with me. He still needs reassurance that we’ll be okay. I think his being close to me at work has calmed him down.”

“People don’t realize how crazy life is when you are living in relative’s living rooms. Now my health is better. My kids are doing better in school and we can be a real family.”

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