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Finch Cambridge (Formerly HRI Concord Highlands)

Cambridge Highlands, Cambridge, MA

Upcoming 6-story residential building which would be Cambridge’s largest new-construction 100% affordable housing development in over 40 years. 671-675 Concord Avenue would feature 98 affordable apartment residences including 1-, 2- and 3- bedrooms available to extremely low- (below 30% AMI), low- (up to 60% AMI), moderate- (60-80% AMI) and middle income (80-100% AMI) households. Residences would include 32 one-bedrooms, 45 two-bedrooms and 21 three-bedrooms.

Resident amenities would include a community room, a rooftop terrace and both front and rear outdoor recreational areas which would connect residents with the Fresh Pond Reservation Park and encourage healthy active use.

671-675 Concord Avenue would promote local sustainability, using high-performance mechanical and ventilation systems, low-flow water fixtures, renewable solar energy and an energy-efficient building envelope. 98 vehicle parking spaces would be located on site. 671-675 Concord Avenue is located a short walk to the Alewife MBTA Red Line station.

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Feb 18, 2020

Interior Finishing Underway for Finch Cambridge

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Jul 23, 2019

Rough Framing Complete for HRI Concord Highlands

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Apr 07, 2019

Concrete Cores in Place and Wood Framing Started for HRI Concord Highlands Project

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Jan 02, 2019

Structural Steel Work Ongoing for Affordable Housing Development in Cambridge

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Jun 26, 2018

Cambridge Affordable Housing Project Mortgaged for $5,054,745 million

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Feb 22, 2017

Homeowner's Rehab proposes largest Cambridge affordable housing development in over 40 years

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