by Shandana Mufti
B'nai B'rith Housing formally broke ground Friday on The Coolidge at Sudbury, a 64-unit apartment complex for active seniors and older adults age 55 and over.
“This is a huge milestone for us for a development that will allow more local seniors to remain in their community by choosing to live at The Coolidge,” said B'nai B'rith Housing's executive director, Susan Gittelman. “All the pieces are in place, and once construction is complete, we look forward to an opening and the arrival of new residents in late summer 2014.”
The development will be located at 189 Boston Post Road (Route 20) in Sudbury. It is financed through housing tax credits, state housing programs, the Town of Sudbury Housing trust and the West Metro HOME Consortium...more.
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