Wood Framing Complete for Brighton Marine
Wood Framing is complete for the upcoming veteran's housing development along Commonwealth Avenue in Brighton. The project will include 100 apartments, a mix of studios through three bedrooms along with as well as 5,650 square feet of common amenity space. 11 units will be reserved for formerly homeless veterans.
Structure Beginning to Take Shape for Veteran's Housing in Brighton
Brighton Marine, located just off Commonwealth Avenue, is beginning to take shape. The project will include 102 mixed-income apartments for veterans. The development will combine a new six-story building with a renovated historic structure with units ranging in size from studios through three bedrooms. Brighton Marine will also feature common amenity space for residents.
Foundation Work Underway for Veteran's Housing in Brighton
Foundation work is ongoing for the upcoming 100 rental unit building along Commonwealth Avenue on the Brighton Marine Health Center Campus. The project will include a mix of studios through three bedrooms, all will be leased with a preference for veterans including 11 units reserved for formerly homeless vets. The building will also include over 5,000sf of amenity space and parking for 87 cars.
Construction is expected to be complete in Summer 2019.
Ground Breaking Held for Brighton Marine Residences
Earlier this week Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Governor Charlier Baker helped break ground for the upcoming Brighton Marine Residences. This project will create just over 100 units of affordable housing for veterans in the Boston area.
The six story building positioned along Commonwealth Avenue, with easy access to the MBTA Green Line, is expected to be completed by Fall 2019.
Financing secured for 102-unit Brighton apartment development
A 102-unit apartment development in Brighton that will be aimed towards veterans has secured financing and is expected to break ground this Spring. The $43 million building, developed by Brighton Marine Health Center and WinnCompanies, will open by Fall 2019 and include 11 apartments reserved for homeless veterans. Residents will have easy access to Brighton Marine’s existing medical and social services campus, which will remain on site. Financing partners for the development include Bank of America, Boston Community Capital, the City of Boston and the State of Massachusetts.
1485 Commonwealth Avenue approved, construction could commence Q2 2017
At last night's board meeting, the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) approved 1485 Commonwealth Avenue for construction. Located on the Brighton Marine Health Center campus in Brighton steps to the MBTA Green Line, 1485 Commonwealth Avenue will feature 102 new residential rental units. 101 units will be located in a new six-story building, and one unit will be located in a restored existing building. All units will be leased with a preference for veterans. Construction of 1485 Commonwealth Avenue is anticipated to commence in the second quarter of 2017. Additional information about 1485 Commonwealth Avenue can be found above.