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Cynthia Milliken Taylor

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President

Phone: (207) ***-****  
Email: c***@***.org
Housing Initiatives of New England
36 Union Wharf Box 12
Portland , Maine 04101
United States

Company Description: Since 1990, Housing Initiatives of New England Corporation has been serving Maine and New Hampshire's seniors by providing affordable housing solutions....   more
Background

Employment History

  • President
    Housing Initiatives

Education

  • degree of Architecture
    Rhode Island School of Design
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts
    Rhode Island School of Design
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Web References
Cynthia Taylor, president of ...
www.centralmaine.com, 27 Dec 2015 [cached]
Cynthia Taylor, president of Housing Initiatives of New England Corp., speaks in the auditorium during a tour of Cony Flatiron Senior Residence on July 15 in Augusta. Cynthia Taylor, president of Housing Initiatives of New England Corp., speaks in the auditorium during a tour of Cony Flatiron Senior Residence on July 15 in Augusta.
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The old Cony flatiron building, built in 1926, is still owned by the city but was turned over to Cynthia Taylor of Housing Initiatives of New England to redevelop into housing on a 49-year lease for $1 a year. Taylor also previously redeveloped the Inn at City Hall in Augusta.
Welcome to Housing Initiatives of New England
www.hinec.org, 8 Dec 2015 [cached]
Cynthia Milliken Taylor, President of Housing Initiatives of New England, the developer of Bessey Commons, was once a student at Bessey, as was her father before her. She probably never imagined, as she sat in class taking notes, that one day she would work with town officials to reinvent that same building as a much-needed residential complex that will benefit seniors and families in the community.
"Watching the transformation of my childhood schoolhouse was remarkable! says Cynthia. "It's very rare to be able to see your dream literally take shape, day by day. For that I feel privileged. And," she continues, "it really does feel good to give something lasting back to Scarborough.
Welcome to Housing Initiatives of New England
www.hinec.org, 8 Dec 2015 [cached]
Housing Initiatives of New England Corporation is a non-profit organization based in Portland, Maine and is headed by our President, Cynthia Taylor. Ms. Taylor has over 30 years experience in real estate development, design and construction management. Under her leadership, Housing Initiatives has developed some of the best affordable housing options for seniors in the region.
Mast Landing Senior Housing Receives Funding Green Light
www.nhhfa.org, 12 Nov 2014 [cached]
Cynthia Taylor, President of Housing Initiatives of New England Corporation, said the project's proximity to shopping, two independent retirement communities, and medical facilities (including a hospital) would make it a great option for aging seniors who are looking for services. It would allow people who need services to stay within their neighborhood or it could attract seniors from other parts of Dover and Durham.
"People need additional services and need a lifestyle change if they no longer want to maintain a single family home," she said.
Mast Landing received a combination of tax-exempt bonds and Low Income Housing Tax Credits, which are both federal funding sources, from New Hampshire Housing. Tax credits have a track record of providing developers with the public-private partnerships and investments they need to build new rental housing, which is in high demand and short supply.
Taylor noted that these types of affordable housing deals can be difficult to put together.
"We're fortunate to have the low income housing tax credit funding to provide this type of housing," she said.
The building was redeveloped by ...
www.pressherald.com, 20 July 2015 [cached]
The building was redeveloped by Cynthia Taylor of Housing Initiatives of New England, who also redeveloped the Inn at City Hall in Augusta.
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"Cyndy has been able to completely restore one of the most important historic landmarks in our city and create a place where seniors can age in place, in many cases surrounded by memories of their younger days."
The Cony flatiron building, built in 1926, is still owned by the city but was turned over for Taylor to redevelop into housing, on a 49-year lease, for $1 a year.
City officials struggled for years to find a developer willing find a new use for the distinctively shaped building overlooking the Cony roundabout. During that time, the city spent about $75,000 a year to heat and maintain the vacant former school.
"What a gem. Cyndy worked her magic one more time," City Manager William Bridgeo said.
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Cyndy has come through 100 percent on the representations she made when she put her proposal in to redevelop it. She's the best I've seen."
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"You've outdone yourselves; it's the talk of the town," Rodrigue said to Taylor.
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