One Charlestown Developer Says Comments, Concerns to be Addressed When Process Resumes

This article originally appeared on March 17, 2017.

By Seth Daniel

Developers of One Charlestown said this week that they have not seen or been invited to comment on the “alternative plan” unveiled by Charlestown resident Sy Mintz last week, but that they have been getting input all over the Town and are excited to share their new plan later this month.

One Charlestown? Yes, Please

This article originally appeared on March 3, 2017.

By Patriot-Bridge Staff

My name is Mimi Tovar and for 27 years I have lived in the Bunker Hill Apartments (BHA) or “projects” as it is also referred to. I, along with many other residents of the BHA have been negatively impacted by the crumbling infrastructure of the projects and for many of us, living here has caused many health problems – including anxiety, fear, anti-social behavior, asthma, depression – and much more. But it’s all we can afford.

One Charlestown Unveils New Ways to Stay Updated, Possible Revised Plan in Spring

This article originally appeared on February 28, 2017.

By Patriot-Bridge Staff

The developers of One Charlestown are hitting the streets of the Town to have an established presence to talk about their development of the Bunker Hill Housing development – a project that is currently in a 90-day review delay with the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA).

One Charlestown Unveils New Ways to Stay Informed and Updated on Development


Avenues for public information include weekly one Charlestown “office hours,” enhancements to and new social media program

CHARLESTOWN – February 23, 2017 - Corcoran-SunCal, developer of the One Charlestown housing community, today announced several new and enhanced opportunities for the public to learn about the redevelopment of the Bunker Hill Apartments.

A Healthy Mix

This article originally appeared in Banker & Tradesman on October 30, 2016. 

Creative solutions needed to address area’s public housing funding challenges. Innovative approach to housing works in harbor point, will be replicated in Charlestown.

By Joe Corcoran and Bill McGonagle

Public housing in America is facing a massive capital funding challenge that requires creative solutions in almost every major urban core and metropolitan region.

One Charlestown Meets Organized Opposition at Community Meeting

This article originally appeared on on November 18, 2016.

By Seth Daniel

A group of neighbors – from the furthest reaches of Medford Street to the abutting Newtown apartments – have seemingly begun to unite against the current proposal for the One Charlestown redevelopment of the Bunker Hill Housing Development – one of the largest proposed building projects in the history of the Town.