Neighborhood of Affordable Housing (NOAH)

Serving East Boston since 1987, the Neighborhood of Affordable Housing (NOAH) started as a two-person organization operating from the basement of a church and has evolved into a multi-service non-profit credited with driving over $352 million of investments into the Greater Boston region.  To date, NOAH has developed or rehabilitated 382 units in 66 buildings, assisted over 650 families to purchase their first home, and redeveloped six school yards, a four and a half acre waterfront “Urban Wild” park, and a youth-run community garden.  The CDC now owns 265 affordable rental units and three commercial units in over 20 locations across the Boston region.

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