The Washington Apartments, Melrose’s new boutique luxury apartments, offers spacious apartment living in an intimate setting. The Washington Apartments offers state of the art residential living amenities in just a short walk from the Orange Line T stop and a close commute to Downtown Boston. Developed by Wood Partners, a leading Atlanta based developer with decades of experience, the building reinvigorates a property formerly used for truck and dumpster storage, continuing the redevelopment of one of the hottest growing markets in the area. The Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credit program helped support this project. WDR-3 Wood 2 Washington Owner LLC, an
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For the fifth consecutive year, Cooperstown Environmental LLC is the top consulting firm in Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credit awards, according to official statistics just released by the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR). Once again, most recipients of the state’s Brownfield tax credit were clients of Cooperstown Environmental LLC, as reported in the latest version of state’s Tax Credit Transparency Report. This annual report shows that more than half of the approved applications were completed by the firm. Cooperstown’s market position as the top firm in the Brownfield Tax Credit arena is long-standing. The latest version of the report from DOR
The Girard building, Boston’s newest high-end residential building located in the city’s South End at 600 Harrison Avenue, recently opened and is quickly filling up. The Girard offers a residential experience of the highest quality that brings a content-rich living experience to a premier location. Developed by New Atlantic Development, a premier developer with decades of experience building in Boston, the building reinvigorates a former parking lot and continues the buildout of one of the leading neighborhoods in Boston. The project was supported by the Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credit. 600 Harrison Avenue Associates LLC, an entity formed by New Atlantic
Many of you know that the 2010 Remediation General Permit (RGP), issued by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region 1 (EPA) under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), expired in September 2015. As noted in the LSPA email blast sent on September 15, 2016, the Draft RGP was published in the Federal Register on August 18, 2016, and EPA accepted public comments until September 19, 2016. What many of you are left wondering is, what happens next, and what should you do in the interim if you have a project that requires coverage under the RGP before the
Isaac Anderson, a Project Manager at Cooperstown, recently participated in the Licensed Site Professional Association’s (LSPA) outreach and education initiative aimed at informing local health officials about environmental cleanups and the MCP. Isaac, along with LSPA Board Member Cosmo Gallinaro, presented "Case Study of a Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup" at the Massachusetts Association of Health Boards Certificate Program in Taunton on November 5th, 2016. An additional presentation was made by Mike Penzo, LSP, LSPA President and Marilyn Wade, LSP, LSPA President Elect on November 12, 2016. This is the second year in a row in which representatives of the LSPA