by Shandana Mufti
Construction has begun on The Coolidge, a new 64-unit housing complex in Sudbury that aims to serve active seniors and adults aged 55 and over, according to B'nai B'rith Housing.
“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,” B'nai B'rith Housing executive director Susan Gittelman said in a press release.
Though The Coolidge is owned by CCC Post Road Limited Partnership, it will be controlled by B’nai B’rith Housing, based in Brighton, which purchased the land for $2 million from the Mercuri family this May. BBH is a nonprofit developer that aims to create affordable housing in Greater Boston’s underserved suburban communities...more.
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