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Timeline of Major Milestones


EA Fish Development breaks ground on the Linwood Mill Apartments project in Northbridge, MA an $18.4 Million, 75-unit adaptive re-use of an historic mill with Apple Inc., Raymond James Financial, Berkshire Bank and MassHousing among its capital partners.

EA Fish Development breaks ground on the Barstow Village project in Hanover, MA a 66-unit, $12.5 Million senior affordable rental project with Citgroup Global Markets and The Richman Group among its capital partners.

Between 2008 and 2011, EA Fish Development completes over $100 Million in projects totaling in excess of 450 units of housing in the Northeast and Florida, including the NH&RA Award-winning Bourne Mill Project in Tiverton, RI

Industry-leader, founder and inspirational force behind EA Fish Development, Edward A. Fish, Sr. passes away leaving behind a thriving development operation poised to continue the legacy.

Ed Fish is selected to receive the Greater Boston Real Estate Finance Association Robert S. Swain Jr. Distinguished Service Award

Between 2000 and 2007, EA Fish Development completes over $1.16 Billion in projects totaling in excess of 3,800 units of housing in the Northeast and Florida, including the 450-unit Latitude on the River and 400,000 square foot commercial Latitude One Projects t in Miami. In the process, the EA Fish Development group grows significantly adding seasoned professionals. Its leadership is comprised of Matt Mittelstadt and Dana Angelo.

Ed Fish receives the Rental Housing Association (RHA) Lifetime achievement award for the combined positive impact of the EAF Companies on the housing industry.

In partnership with the Winn Companies, EA Fish Development leads the re-development of a severely challenged 800-unit, 38-building public housing project in Mission Hill, Boston. Once completed, the innovative 550-unit Mission Main project receives national-acclaim as one of the first and most successful applications of the HOPE VI federal program.

EA Fish Development leads the three-phased 160-unit residential project known as Garrison Square, improving the St. Botolph Neighborhood of Boston's Back Bay with the introduction of both new construction and adaptive-reuse historic structures.

In a successful redevelopment of the 88-acre Chelsea Naval Hospital site, EA Fish Development creates the Admiral's Hill mixed-use master-planned community that includes over 1,000 units of housing as well as commercial, retail and recreational components.

EA Fish Development completes the Dock Square Garage in Boston's Faneuil Hall which opens for business offering public 1,000 parking spaces and first-floor retail. This successful project is one of the catalysts for the City's broader Faneuil Hall/North End/Waterfront redevelopment and campaign which re-defines Boston's core. Ed adds to this effort the successful Mercantile Wharf and Christopher Columbus residential developments which total 300 units.