POAH Completes Three Historic Rehabilitation Projects
December 1, 2015
Epsilon congratulates Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) on the recent completion of three historic rehabilitation tax credit projects; Old Middletown High School in Middletown, Connecticut and Central Annex and Union Court located in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
The Old Middletown High School project involved a $7 million rehabilitation of the Richardsonian Romanesque style former high school originally constructed in 1896, with later additions added in 1912 and 1931. The Old Middletown High School project preserves 65 units of affordable housing.
In Pittsfield, Massachusetts, the Central Annex project involved a nearly $11 million rehabilitation of the French Renaissance Revival style 1898 Old Central High School and preserves 62 units of affordable housing. Also, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, the Union Court project involved the $6 million rehabilitation of the 1905 Berkshire Hotel and preserves 39 units of affordable housing.
Epsilon assisted POAH in securing historic rehabilitation tax credits for these projects, which not only preserved three important local landmark buildings but collectively preserves over 160 units of affordable housing.
The Central Annex project in Pittsfield, Massachusetts involved a nearly $11 million rehabilitation.
The Union Court project in Pittsfield, Massachusetts involved a $6 million rehabilitation.