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The Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) partnered with the Malden Housing Authority (MHA) on a panel discussion “Federal Capital Fund Program and Environmental Review Process” at this week’s annual meeting of the Massachusetts Chapter of the...Read More
City and Malden Redevelopment Authority officials recently celebrated the grand opening of Infused Kreyol at 423 Main Street, the latest addition to Malden’s diverse dining scene. The family owned business features a fusion of Haitian, Latin and...Read More
The Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) administers the Off-Street Parking Program in the City of Malden. The MRA is seeking proposals from qualified professional parking management firms to provide management and operating services including...Read More
MassDevelopment recently teamed up with the Mayor's Office, City Officials and Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) on a plan to reinvigorate the Commercial Street corridor.
MassDevelopment engaged two consultants for the project...Read More
The Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) partnered with MaldenArts on a mural project that will enliven a small pocket park in front of the CDB Garage at the corner of Route 60, Middlesex and Exchange Streets.
The mural has been...Read More
Malden Redevelopment Authority Executive Director Deborah Burke joined Jefferson Apartment Group Vice President Sandi Silk on a webinar talking about the successful transformation of Malden Center through a public private partnership.
As communities across the nation celebrate National Community Development Week, April 2-6, 2018, the City of Malden is preparing another year of projects funded under the Community Development Block Grant program. The Mayor, Gary Christenson, is...Read More
On behalf of the City of Malden (City), the Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) is currently managing three grants from the Gaming Commission that fund an array of planning and transportation activities. They are as follows:
DATE OF NOTICE FEBRUARY 9, 2018
Malden Redevelopment Authority
17 Pleasant Street, 3rd Floor
Malden, MA 02148
Nick Pernice, Environmental Specialist (781) 324-5720
Grant Number: MALHB0650-17... Read More
Beginning Tuesday, January 16, 2018, hours at the Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) Site Office, 176 Pearl Street, will be:
Monday: 8 AM to 4 PM
Tuesday: 8AM to 7 PM
Wednesday: 8 AM to 4 PM...
Notice of Funding Availability, Public Hearing and Revision to Citizen Participation Plan for Community Development Block Grant and HOME Program
In accordance with U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development regulations, the City of Malden is required to advise residents about the progress of its current Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) programs and seek input from residents...Read More
Construction progresses at the site of the former Malden Government Center. Pictures below (Dec. 13, 2017) show the North Building which will eventually house the new City Hall offices.
The Warren Group has released a report that Malden continues to attract homebuyers. According to the report, the median selling price of a single family home in Malden is $430,000.00 which is an increase of 19.5 percent.
MRA staff purchased toys, clothing, etc. to donate to Housing Families' Annual Holiday Gift Drive. Housing Families, a Malden-based agency that aims to end family homelessness in Massachusetts, will open a Wonderland Boutique where parents can...Read More
The Route 60 and Franklin Street intersection, notorious for drivers not yielding to pedestrians, received a face lift. The newly installed solar pedestrian-activated rectangular rapid flash beacon (RRFB) system complements new sidewalks with...Read More
New holiday decorations brighten the pedestrian overpass from the CBD Garage to Pleasant Street. The CBD Garage is managed by Laz Parking on behalf of the Malden Redevelopment Authority.
As a way to remind residents and visitors to shop local for holiday gifts, dining and activities, Mayor Gary Christenson recognized November 25, 2017 as "Small Business Saturday" in Malden.
Malden’s Sign Design Ordinance was in need of a major overhaul. Its rules were confusing, offered little flexibility, did not address all types of signs or consider the neighborhood context of signage, or meet current best practices. Members of...Read More