Featured Government Real Estate

Celebrating Boston’s Affordable Housing Funding Grants at North End’s Knights of Columbus Event

It was a good day for affordable housing efforts in the City of Boston as hundreds of new units were funded throughout the city at a celebratory event held in the North End. Mayor Walsh and local officials gathered at the Knights of Columbus building at 41 N. Margin Street, the future site of 23 Read More…

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Langone Park and Knights of Columbus Hall Recommended for Community Preservation Funding

The Knights of Columbus Hall and Langone Park are two of 56 projects Mayor Walsh has recommended for funding through the Community Preservation Act. $1,960,500 is being recommended to the Knights of Columbus to convert their 41 N. Margin St. building into 23 affordable housing apartments for seniors, including three units of housing for homeless Read More…

Community Featured Meetings Photos & Videos

Residents Association Praises Knights for Building Affordable Housing [Video]

The Knights of Columbus received a warm welcome at the November 2018 North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) where a voice vote of acclamation was made in support of the 23 new senior affordable housing units at 41 N. Margin Street in Boston’s North End. The Knights of Columbus (Ausonia Council #1513) would also have just Read More…

Featured Real Estate

Affordable Senior Housing in North End Receives Approval to Move Forward

The proposal for senior affordable housing at 41 North Margin Street in Boston’s North End received approval on Thursday by the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA). Brought forward by the Knights of Columbus (Ausonia Council #1513), the project will convert its existing building into 23 fully affordable senior living and ADA accessible units to Read More…

Event Notices

Public Meeting Sept. 19: 41 N. Margin Street (Knights of Columbus) to Become Senior Housing

The Boston Planning & Development Agency will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, September 19 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 41 North Margin Street (Knights of Columbus Hall). The proponent seeks to convert this building into a five-story, mixed-use development that would contain 23 senior affordable housing units and a renovated Knights of Read More…

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Plans Filed for Affordable Elderly Housing at 41 North Margin St. (Formerly Knights of Columbus)

Plans have been submitted to the Boston Planning & Development Agency to convert the Knights of Columbus building at 41 North Margin Street to senior affordable housing units and a renovated Knights of Columbus Hall. Developers Affirmative Investments, Inc. and East Boston Community Development Corporation propose to renovate the five-story, mixed-use development to create 23 apartments, a 2,000 Read More…

Real Estate

Knights of Columbus Presents Affordable Elderly Housing Project at 41 N. Margin Street [Video]

After many years of seeking redevelopment options for their property at 41 N. Margin St. in Boston’s North End, the Knights of Columbus (Ausonia Council #1513) have proposed building 23 affordable, elderly apartments. Ground floor space would also house a new council headquarters for the Knights. Presenting for the KoC were John Pagliuca and John Read More…

Featured Real Estate

Affordable, Elderly Housing Planned for North End’s Knights of Columbus Building

Ausonia Home Association plans to convert the council quarters of the Knights of Columbus, Ausonia Council #1513 at 41 North Margin Street to 23 affordable, elderly apartments and new council quarters. The complex will also have a large community room, which will be available to the North End community, apartment residents and council members. Grand Read More…

Community Health & Environment

“Sticky, Stinky Berries” at Cutillo Park & What’s With the Knights?

A Citizens Connect user posts from Morton St. about the “sticky stinky berries” at Cutillo Park. Sticky stinky berries! And three christmas trees! Please clean out park before a big snow! On Universal Hub, where this was posted as the Complaint of the Day, an anonymous commenter adds another North End complaint: My North End Read More…