Hotel Grayson

Utile is working with NeighborWorks, a non-profit committed to community development and affordable housing, to restore this currently vacant historic property directly adjacent to Sycamore on Main. Built circa 1907,  the hotel is emblematic of Brockton’s growth and prosperity during the early 20th century and one of the city’s few remaining examples of Renaissance Revival architecture. The 20,000 square foot, three-story building will provide retail and amenity space on the ground floor and 16 affordable housing units on the second and third floors. With the help of federal rehabilitation tax credits, this project will provide much needed low-income housing to the area and help revitalize downtown Brockton. 

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