Properties

Kevin Fitzgerald Park

Kevin Fitzgerald Park provides 5.5 acres of passive green space for residents to enjoy. The park is a great place to see the breathtaking skyline of Mission Hill and enjoy the city of Boston.

 

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María Sánchez House

Located at 30 Gurney Street, the Maria Sanchez House was the first MHNHS development of the Mission Hill community's vision for Roxbury Crossing. This property provides housing to vulnerable seniors, including elderly homeless people, low-income seniors, and disabled people. All 39 residential units are designated for people 62 and older, offering units with walk-in/roll in showers, aural and visual adaptations, and grab bars so residents can maintain their independence. This building was named after María Sánchez, a resident of the Mission Hill with a passion for the area, whose commitment over decades to the provision of stable and decent affordable housing saving racially, ethnically and language-diverse populations has been consistent.

Call Maloney Properties at 781.943.0200 for more information.

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Properties Under Development

Mission Hill NHS consistently acquires underused parcels and areas of the neighborhood to develop into affordable housing units and business spaces. Currently, we are in Phase 2 of our Parcel 25 Project near the Roxbury Crossing Area.

 

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One Brigham Circle

One Brigham Circle began the community planning process in early 1993, as it was previously an under-used area of 9.9 acres owned by Harvard University. Under direction of MHNHS, the construction of a full service grocery store, sit-down family restaurant, a 5.5 acre park, a pedestrian plaza, and office space with ample parking began. Completed in 2003, there is now a Stop&Shop, JP Licks, and several other businesses located around the plaza. Although MHNHS no longer owns this property, the organization maintains a close relationship with the current owners, AEW and property owners, Lincoln Properties. The organization maintains its offices at One Brigham Circle.

Call Lincoln Properties Company at 214.740-3300 for more information.

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HERE House

HERE House purchased by MHNHS as two vandalized triple-deckers off of Calumet Street in 1980, with the intention of creating housing for extreme low income and formerly homeless elders. The small family living style provides an easier space for seniors to live comfortably in, while not being isolated from their community. HERE House offers 6 units through the Massachusetts Resident Voucher Program for seniors, administered by Boston Housing Authority.

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706 Huntington

This property was acquired by MHNHS from Brigham and Women's Hospital in an effort to create affordable rental housing in the area. Starting as a debilitated historical brick building, it was rehabilitated into stable affordable housing units that stand there today. There are 10 section 8-based housing units and 27 market-rate units.

 

Call HallKeen Properties at 781.762.4800 for more information.

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One Gurney Street at Roxbury Crossing

One Gurney Street (OGS) sits directly next to the Maria Sanchez House and across the street from the Roxbury Crossing T Station. This property has 40 units of affordable family housing units, with 4 units set aside for homeless families in the area. Additionally, OGS has three retail spaces currently occupied by Boston Cyclists Union, Eastern Bank. A new Latin Kitchen "Cilantro" will be coming soon to OGS!

Call Maloney Properties at 781.943.0200 for more information.

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Frawley-Delle Apartments

The Frawley-Delle Apartments were acquired through private owners, except for one vacant building purchased through the City of Boston, and developed in 1986. This collection of buildings is considered a scattered development, because the buildings reside on two different streets, despite being part of the same project. Frawley Street Apartments offers 42 units and Delle Avenue Apartments has 32 units, with both properties having a mix of affordable housing/Section-8 housing and market-rate units. Both apartments have different types of single and family units, and mixed income-level residents.

 

Call HallKeen Properties at 781.762.4800 for more information.

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