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NAGE Housing

NAGE Housing is a for-profit entity that is wholly owned by the union. It was incorporated in September 1979 under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to engage in real-estate development in the capacity of general partner and to act as a sponsor for non-profit housing corporations.

The goal of NAGE Housing is to identify and develop opportunities for housing that benefit our members by providing affordable, well-built units for working women, men, and their families, while at the same time improving the communities where we live and work.

NAGE Housing seeks opportunities that will achieve these goals while at the same time minimize risk and produce a fair profit in order to return monies back to the union so that dues can remain at the lowest level possible.


The Lamplighter Village Apartments were built in 1981 on Stage Coach Road in Canton, Massachusetts. The Village consists of 5.5 acres with five two-story brick and clapboard-sided buildings. There is a community clubhouse and an 81-unit garden-style walk-up apartment complex designed for elderly and disabled tenants.


The Framingham Green Apartments were built in 1982 and are located on Maynard Road in Framingham, Massachusetts. The Apartments consists of five two-story buildings with a total of 111 units. It was designed for the elderly and the handicapped and features garden-style walk-up apartments with a one-story community building.


The John Boyle O'Reilly School was built in 1904 and was converted to housing for elderly and disabled tenants in 1983. The four-story brick and concrete structure consists of 32 apartments with a community room.