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Housing in Pawtucket

The City of Pawtucket has helped fund a number of housing projects with cooperation from local and private partners. These projects from the past several years include the following: 

256 Mendon Avenue

  • One 3 Bedroom Home

204 Broad Street

  • Two 3 Bedroom Apartments

560 Prospect Street (Prospect Heights)

  • Twenty 1 Bedrooms
  • Forty-Two 2 Bedrooms
  • Twenty-Seven 3 Bedrooms
  • Seven 4+ Bedrooms
  • Total: 96 Apartments

Housing Assistance Organizations & Programs:

Pawtucket/Central Falls Development:

Pawtucket Housing Authority:

State of Rhode Island:

PROJECT PROFILE:

237 Randall Street, Pawtucket

OWNER/DEVELOPER:

Pawtucket Central Falls Development

204 Broad Street, Pawtucket

Project Summary:

The property is c. 1902 single family dwelling has been vacant for many years, it has been a hazard to the sounding neighbors and the Baldwin Elementary School across the street. Pawtucket Central Falls Development applied for $171,396 in HOME Housing Partnership Program funding to acquire the property, demolish the current building and construct a new single-family dwelling to be sold to a qualified first time home buyer. The unit will be deed restricted as an affordable housing unit for the term of 30 years.

UNIT SIZE AND CONFIGURATION:

  • One Family Dwelling three bedroom one bath

PROJECTED COMPLETION: Spring 2020

Conditions prior to acquisition April 2019 Progress inspection September 25, 2019

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