Boston – MassDevelopment has issued a $12.6 million tax-exempt bond on behalf of the Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL), a nonprofit with locations in Boston, Brewster, and Dedham that is committed to providing animals in need with safe and healthy habitats and homes.
The organization will use bond proceeds to demolish a vacant residential structure near its Dedham location and build and equip a 22,500sf administrative building and a 3,000sf maintenance building in its place. Century Subsidiary Investments, Inc. III, a subsidiary of Century Bank, purchased the bond.
“The main building will centralize operations, training, and mobile operations – streamlining everything we do and cementing the foundation for the Animal Rescue League of Boston to continue to help animals, the people that care for them, and communities for another 120 years, and beyond,” said Animal Rescue League of Boston president and CEO, Dr. Edward Schettino.
For more than 120 years, the Animal Rescue League of Boston has responded to the needs of animals and the people who care about them. With more than 700 dedicated volunteers and 100 staff members, ARL lends unwavering support to local animals, families, and neighborhoods by providing outstanding veterinary care, adoption, and field services.