Real Estate Development
An overview of CICD Real Estate Development
We are currently revitalizing the Mattapan neighborhood in Boston by increasing the affordable housing development.Beyond the brick and mortar, our project will be built with 100% union labor. This means livable wage construction jobs, along with benefits for workers within the community. We see each development as an opportunity to create well paid construction jobs.
Properties in CICD's Development Pipeline
820 Cummins Highway Mattapan MA
The site is a TOD development that will consist of fifty-two apartments, approximately 1,000 square feet of retail space and 1,000 square feet of office space for CICD, approximately 7,000 square feet for a pre-teen center and 62 parking spaces. This L-shaped building will sit atop the existing concrete garage structure which will be rehabilitated for tenant parking. The part of the garage not covered by the structure will become an active deck area for the residential tenants and occasional community use.
30-32 Regis Rd Mattapan MA
Twenty-four units will be contained in four townhouse buildings along Regis Road. Designed to fit the style and scale of the street, these walk-up buildings will serve as a transition from Cummins Highway into the neighborhood. Active and passive amenities, as well as at grade parking, sit between the buildings and the back of the site bordering the MBTA rail line.
"In my capacity as the Executive Director of HAPHI it was not only necessary that I construct an empowering relationship with CICD, it was common sense. CICD affords us the opportunity to partner with the larger housing system in our effort to better understand and address the housing needs of the community and how these needs impact its overall public health. As public health practitioners we often confront global/local health issues including, but not limited to, access to health care, controlling the spread of disease, violence, substance abuse, and more. CICD ensures that we keep a pulse on the role that access to housing plays in all these disciplines."
Jean Marc Jean-Baptiste, Executive Director, Haitian-American Public Health Initiatives