Known locally as 33Comm, the property is situated in Newton, Massachusetts, and includes 15 deed-restricted affordable condominiums for working families. These condominiums provide middle income families the opportunity to live in a smart growth community, conveniently located near public transportation, commercial facilities, and near Boston College, one of the area’s largest employers.
“It’s the first affordable housing of its kind in the Chestnut Hill area of Newton,” said Marvin Siflinger, chair of the senior housing committee of B’nai B’rith International and president of B’nai B’rith Housing New England board of directors, “It’s in a beautiful neighborhood with a lot of amenities.”
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The award will be presented to B’nai B’rith at ULI’s Jack Kemp Awards Gala in Washington, D.C. at the Renaissance Hotel.