Families at the newly-renovated Musterfields at Concord Place cooled off this summer with a new spray park. The development, run by the Framingham Housing Authority, was recently remodeled.
The $30-plus million Musterfields at Concord Place redevelopment project gutted and modernized 110 apartments in the neighborhood near the courthouse. The project renovated nine buildings, originally built for soldiers returning from World War II. The multi-million dollar project when completed also included a new playground and a spray park.
The project was funded by a mixed-financing package, that involves public money and private investment.
Families who live in the 110 apartments pay from about $100 to $1,100 a month in rent, depending on their income.