Historic Rehabilitation Project Wins Framingham Historical Commission Preservation Achievement Award
May 23, 2018
The Framingham Historical Commission recently announced Preservation Achievement Awards. The awards recognize work to preserve and promote important pieces of Framingham’s history, such as cemeteries and historic homes. Among the winners was the rehabilitated the Tribune and Victory Buildings located within the Irving Square Historic District within the City of Framingham.
Epsilon was a proud member of the project team led by Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH). Epsilon completed the Massachusetts Historical Commission Project Notification Form and the applications for the state historic tax credits that were used to rehabilitate the two existing masonry buildings into 53 units of low-income and senior housing.
The award ceremony, which will also celebrate the rehabilitation of a historic Northside home and a local student for her efforts to spotlight Native American history, will take place on May 31 at Framingham History Center - Edgell Memorial Library.