Eden Properties mission is to help shape thriving places and build communities by developing dynamic multi-family housing and mixed-use buildings. We approach this by:
  • Revitalizing underutilized properties in transit oriented urban neighborhoods
  • Working closely with communities to craft a shared vision
  • Activating ground floor spaces to encourage vibrant sidewalks
  • Integrating green design and construction practices


89 Brighton Avenue, Allston, MA

Allston Village is a thriving neighborhood with vibrant nightlife, culturally rich businesses, fantastic dining opportunities, convenient walkability, and accessibility to public transportation. Located in the heart of the village at 89 Brighton Avenue, BLDG 89 is a mixed use project that will offer new, moderately priced, transit oriented housing with the access to neighborhood amenities that urban households desire.

The Project will enhance the pedestrian environment by widening the sidewalks along Brighton Avenue and Linden Street and by populating the ground floor with 7,480 SF of neighborhood oriented retail uses that will enhance this important street corner, signaling to long-time residents, visitors, and other business owners that it is an integral and valued block in the neighborhood.

With a stepped building design that respects the scale of existing residential buildings, the building offers 130 apartments – ranging from studios to two bedrooms. BLDG 89 is designed for the growing demographic of smaller households with low car ownership, who want to live in a vibrant, dynamic, and transit accessible neighborhood. Building amenities reflect this, with enclosed bike storage for over 140 bikes, a bicycle repair station, alternative transit incentives, and a Transit Screen – a real-time display of transportation options available to residents in the lobby.

201 S Huntington Avenue, Jamaica Plain, MA

Overlooking Olmsted Park and within walking distance to nearby Centre Street in the heart of Jamaica Plain, The Goddard House Redevelopment offers all the conveniences of modern urban living, while maintaining the historic character of the community.

The redevelopment of the 1920’s era building includes a renovation and two new additions that will provide critical structural support to help preserve the building. A new building on the south side of the property adds more housing opportunities over an existing surface parking lot and frames a substantial view corridor to nearby Olmsted Park.

With approximately 110 apartments in the renovated Goddard House building and approximately 57 apartments in the newly constructed building, Goddard House will offer the beauty of a historic resource and the convenience of a modern building in highly desirable Jamaica Plain.


Mike Samuels

In more than two decades in the real estate industry, Mike Samuels has led a variety of projects from acquisition and financing to permitting, development and management. At Eden, he leads the firm’s strategic development and investment activities, acquisitions, and partnerships.

His experience has included developing a wide array of environmentally friendly urban and suburban projects, including both condo and apartment residential buildings, commercial office space and single family homes. At Samuels & Associates, he was an assistant development manager for $130 million, 210 unit, mixed-use development with 100,000 square feet of office in The Fenway neighborhood of Boston. An accredited LEED GA, Mike is a graduate of Boston University.

Noah Maslan

Noah Maslan has been focused on community-driven, urban real estate projects for more than a decade. At Eden, he is responsible for the firm’s real estate development activities including strategic planning, site selection, due diligence, permitting, financing, construction and overall project management.

Previously the Director of Real Estate at Urban Edge, a Community Development Corporation in Roxbury, MA. Noah led Real Estate Development for the organization, which included affordable multi-family rental and ownership housing, community facilities, and neighborhood commercial development. In 12 years at Urban Edge, he supported the development of 500 units of multi-family affordable housing and 80,000 square feet of commercial space and another 162 units and 12,000 square feet of commercial space that closed soon after his departure. He has a passion for transit oriented development, sustainability, and maximizing the vibrancy of urban spaces. Noah holds a BA in Geography from Syracuse University and a Master of City Planning from MIT. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional.


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