The college plans to use bond proceeds to renovate its five-acre campus in Milton. The school will also use proceeds to refinance previous debt from the purchase of the campus. Labouré College, which will move from its current Dorchester location, expects the project to create five jobs. The bond was purchased by Blue Hills Bank.
“Labouré College provides its diverse group of future medical professionals with small classes and personalized attention,” MassDevelopment President and chief executive Marty Jones. “We are pleased this financing will enable Labouré to serve students in its new location.”
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